Word has it that Google’s Nexus One with Broadcom’s wireless LAN on-board chip is capable of supporting 802.11n. Apparently this will be available once the new drivers to allows 802.11n protocol to work.
The 802.11n was reported to be initially included in the specification at launch but was mysteriously removed. It could be Google had issues on 802.11n stability and a fix to this might be released soon.
Check out the video showing a Nexus One connected on 802.11n only wireless set up after the jump.
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