AT&T Nexus S may have been tipped in change to Android code

An AT&T-3G version of the Samsung Nexus S has been rumored for a while now, but while poking around at Google's Android Open Source Project git repository I noticed one of the changes made for 2.3.3 centered around the requirement for a new radio -- and it differentiates between T-Mobile and AT&T.  I'm no Googler, but that sure looks like we're seeing Gingerbread being built for the Nexus S with AT&T in mind.

The page has disappeared for a bit while writing this one up, but the magic of tabbed browsing saves the day in case it doesn't come back online soon.  Have a peek after the break for the full page view. [Android Open Source Project]

Update: The page is live again at the source link, but we'll leave it after the break as well for our mobile viewers. 

Jerry Hildenbrand
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