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Samsung Galaxy Nexus with NXP PN65
Written by NFC Admin Montag, 14 November 2011 04:35
In a press release NXP announces the NFC solution used in the upcoming Google experience phone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
Like in the Nexus S, Google again decides for the NXP PN65N. This chip contains an NFC controller as well as an embedded secure element (SmartMX) supporting both JavaCard as well as Mifare technology.
As already pointed out in our technology section, the PN65N is pin compatible with the PN544 (without embedded secure element), it is up to the manufacturer which option to choose.
Although the Galaxy Nexus uses the same NFC chip like the Nexus S, the upcoming OS Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) enhances the NFC capabilities: Users can easily exchange and beam data by holding two NFC enabled Android 4.0 phones close to each other.
Yet it is not clear whether Google will officially support SWP as well as SEEK in order to support the UICC as SE.
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