The Galaxy Nexus has been making a lot of news lately with various rumors and what not, and if you have missed out on any of the news that the Galaxy Nexus has been making, you can get your fill here. Well you can also add this article to the pile because it appears that the FCC has approved the GT-i9250T. That is, a Galaxy Nexus with 3G frequencies at 850MHz and 1900 MHz, which is what AT&T and other non-US carriers use. The GSM model that has already been imported is lacking T-Mobile 3G (AWS) 1700MHz frequency and given the possible merger, it appears AT&T is trying to cover all their bases.
While we knew that the Galaxy Nexus would be sported by multiple carriers, it appears that things are moving right along to make it an actual reality. Who knows, maybe AT&T will have theirs out by the time Verizon decides to launch theirs. Another question posed to you the readers, would you prefer an AT&T version or a Verizon version of the phone?
Update: While it was said that the 3G (AWS) 1700 MHz frequency was lacking it appears that it does work. Thanks to the readers, crazifyngers and Tenkely for the update.