Verizon Wireless Nexus One passes through the FCC?

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Verizon Wireless customers may have a welcome but difficult decision soon as two hot new Android handsets prepare to launch on the wireless carrier. Earlier this week, the HTC Incredible made its appearance in Verizon Wireless’ inventory system and today, another HTC handset, most likely the CDMA variant of the Nexus One, was spotted on its way out of the FCC. The EV-DO Rev. A device sported a HTC designated model number of PB99300, which is close to the PB99100 assigned to the Google Nexus One and the PB99110 assigned to the rumored AT&T 3G-capable Nexus One. This approval comes hot on the heels of another mystery CDMA device (PB31200) from HTC that received FCC approval earlier this month and is thought to be the HTC Incredible. The timing for FCC approval is about perfect for both handsets and, until additional details surface, we will assume that this one is the Verizon Wireless Nexus One, slated to be sold through Google, and the previous one is the HTC Incredible, slated to be sold through Verizon Wireless. The only lingering question is: which one do we buy?

[Via Unwired View]

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