If you watch the video above, you’ll see that some enterprising tinkerers have been able to utilize 802.11n WiFi on the Nexus One.
The Broadcom wireless chip inside Google’s “superphone” has always been capable of 802.11n but updated drivers released by Google and the chip maker have enabled some to utilize this quicker connection. How? Well, Steve Kondik – of Cyanogen fame – threw up the files and @kmobs compiled it and got it working. If you don’t want to hack your Android handset, you probably won’t have to wait long for 802.11n goodness because the 2.2 version is supposed to turn this on for applicable devices.