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Someone please educate me......

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by mountaineerndixie, Jun 13, 2011.

  1. mountaineerndixie
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    So, Sprint and T-Mobile both have new "developer phones" (Nexus S and 4G) but Verizon has no developer phones?

    What carrier was the original Nexus on?

    Thanks
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    The original Nexus was sold directly from Google and was a GSM device. So it could work on T-Mobile or AT&T.