The device codenamed Nook / Bravo Delta / and has the marketing ID of BNRZ100-01. It seems to carry a new 3G chipset in edition to WI-FI enhancements. The Big news is the addition of a new 3G modem made by Sierra Wireless, that supports the 850 and 1900 Bands. This means more international 3G bands will be made available for faster internet browsing. The one loss with the upgrade is the elimination of the 2100 Mhz frequency.
Don’t count on any ground breaking specs, or photos of this device, as Barnes and Noble also filed for a 180 day secrecy document. This is the maximum time period a company can apply for. Although, sources do inform us within the Barnes and Noble tech community that this new E-Reader will try and make a Christmas debut.
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