G1 Android Phone

23 09 2008

T-Mobile on Tuesday held a press conference to introduce the first mobile handset based on Google’s Android platform — the G1, which will retail for $179 when it goes on sale at select T-Mobile outlets and third party retailers on October 22nd.

The G1 (official website) includes a built-in compass, a 3-megapixel camera, a touchscreen that slides open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard, and a trackball for more precise, one-handed navigation. The device will come SIM-locked to T-Mobile, with built-in support for the carrier’s 3G and EDGE network as well as Wi-Fi.

Among the G1’s software features is one-click contextual search that allows users to search the entire device with the touch of a finger, and version of Google’s new Web browser called Chrome Lite that presents web pages in their natural form and lets users zoom in to expand any section by simply tapping on the screen.



One response

27 10 2008
Lilu Sexton

Really what I have been looking for, I am going to send all of my friends here,good luck with your endeavors, your a genius.
Lilu Sexton🙂

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