Nexus One arrives for AT&T, Rogers Wireless

For those who'd been hanging on for an AT&T or Rogers Wireless 3G-compatible version of the Android phone, the wait is over.

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Though sales of the Nexus One aren't exactly booming, perhaps the addition of the AT&T and Rogers Wireless models of the Android smartphone might give Google a boost. That's right: available immediately, you can now get a version of the Nexus One that is compatible with AT&T's and Rogers' 3G networks (850/1900/2100MHz). Aside from the different 3G bands, the handset looks to be the same as the T-Mobile/unlocked version we reviewed back in January. The Nexus One is available directly from Google for $529 without a contract.