We have a small update on the Samsung Nexus S handset now, as the device has popped up on the infamous FCC website, revealing a few details regarding some hardware changes which you may be interested about.
As reported from Engadget, it isn’t the first time that the Nexus S, also known as the Samsung GT-I9020T, has appeared on the FCC website, but this time it has been revealed that the device has added a collection of Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS antennas from the last time we saw it via the FCC.
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Considering that this comes just days after new picture leaks for the device, we think that Samsung and Google are going to find it very hard to keep the Nexus S under wraps from now on. We still don’t know when the phone will be announced, but surely it can’t be much longer?
If you are interested in viewing the latest FCC listing, you can see it here.