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First Google’s Android phone unveiled

The first mobile telephone using Google’s Android software has been unveiled. The T-Mobile G1 handset will be available in the UK in time for Christmas. The first device to run the search giant’s operating system will feature a touch screen as well as a Qwerty keyboard. It will be available for free on T-Mobile tariffs of over £40 ($80) a month and includes unlimited net browsing. Other features include a three megapixel camera, a ‘one click’ contextual search and a browser that users can zoom in on by tapping the screen. The handset will be wi-fi and 3G enabled and has built-in support for YouTube. Users will also have access the so-called Android Market, where they will be able to download a variety of applications.

Google announced its plans for the Android phone software in November 2007 with a declared aim of making it easier to get at the web while on the move. To help develop Android, Google also unveiled the Open Handset Alliance – a partnership of more than 30 firms that would work to make phone software easier to work with. The group includes operators such as Telefonica, handset makers such as HTC and Motorola as well as chip makers such as Intel and Qualcomm. The Android software is squarely aimed at the smartphone segment of the handset market which adds sophisticated functions to the basic calling and texting capabilities of most phones. Current estimates suggest that only 12-13% of the all handsets can be considered smartphones.

Source: BBC


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  1. Chi-Towner
    September 23rd, 2008 | 16:18

    Looks like that will be one of the phones i’m considering to replace my current phone………

  2. dragon
    September 23rd, 2008 | 16:26

    the screen of the phone looks skew!!

  3. This Is Not Engadget
    September 23rd, 2008 | 16:35

    Can I download this?

  4. anothy
    September 23rd, 2008 | 16:40

    can i haz this?

  5. sss
    September 23rd, 2008 | 16:40

    i dunno abt this, looks obnoxiously ugly to me. i still prefer the htc diamond or samsung omnia.

  6. Cris
    September 23rd, 2008 | 16:45

    So us from the U.S can’t get a hold of this phone if we have T-Mobile?

    I’m going to go to the T-Mobile dealer and ask If they can order me one or something.

  7. softhunterdevil
    September 23rd, 2008 | 17:16

    I hope, the models will improve over time and new models will come. Main important thing is the software Once the software is proved to be brilliant, people will love it.

  8. GiZZy
    September 23rd, 2008 | 17:17

    The G1 will launch in the US on October 22nd and will be priced at $179 for current and new T-Mobile customers with expired contract and a new 2yr contract

    Hopefully im getting one =] I have the Wing now but this is so much better

  9. joey
    September 23rd, 2008 | 17:25

    @Cris: t-mobile.com *cough*

    I’m really wishing I was in the UK still. This is a much better deal than we’re getting here in the states:
    “Order the new T-Mobile G1 for as low as $179.99 (plus taxes and fees; two-year agreement required), exclusive to T-Mobile customers only, and be one of the first to get the T-Mobile G1 delivered right to your door as early as October 22, 2008.*”

    Then again, I’m not really surprised. :/

  10. tom
    September 23rd, 2008 | 17:28

    so it’s a different software platform, guess no more free Tomtom 7 or Nav N Go 8, eh ?

  11. a
    September 23rd, 2008 | 17:41

    the analog clock and digital clock are wrong… if you pay closer attention you’ll see the big pointer is switched with the small pointer :)

  12. softhunterdevil
    September 23rd, 2008 | 17:52

    @a no it is not wrong, pay attention closely. Interchanging clock hands and the resulting situation is not practically possible. Check properly.

  13. funky
    September 23rd, 2008 | 19:54

    LOOOL. this looks so pathetic. cmon, such tiny keys and theyre even FLAT!!, have fun typing omg, they shoulda at least used keys like RIM uses for its blackberrys or those dual keys from sonys P1i. I bet the buyers will enjoy typing on those omg. and the subscription plan is a laugh ha-ha. and unless u can pivot the display by 90 degrees which i seriously doubt it’ll be a pain in the ass between “viewing” a site and typing.

    this phone is BAD

  14. funky
    September 23rd, 2008 | 20:02

    @ softhunterdevil

    no, actually #11 a is right. digital clock says 2:47 pm. therefore, the hand indicating the hour should be one quarter away from “3″, which is not the case, the hand is at one quarter past two, which would translate into… roughly a quarter past two. On the other hand, if the analog clock were to show 9:11 hour hand is one quarter past nine and minute hand is one quarter past two which is exactly what the clock shows us. you should pay more attention

  15. davy jones
    September 23rd, 2008 | 20:28

    i wonder how much without the contract????..i might replace my sidekick with this baby

  16. yingjai
    September 23rd, 2008 | 22:00

    I read somewhere that it will not work without a data plan. I hope that is false.

  17. scoobydoo
    September 23rd, 2008 | 23:34

    Is it me or does this phone look like a lump of poo?

  18. orange
    September 24th, 2008 | 10:45

    This fone will be an epic fail.
    Why?……….cos its…..


  19. Androidpirate.com
    September 27th, 2008 | 23:07

    Cool! (:))