T-Mobile G1 Phone launched

24Sep08

Google undoubtedly the world’s best search engine has much more up its sleeve to offer. Yesterday was a big day for Google as along with HTC it launched the much anticipated T-Mobile Dream G1 smartphone. It becomes the first commercial phone ever which is powered by Google’s Android and built by HTC while commercialized by T-Mobile for a reasonable price.

You will certainly feel like heaven carrying this marvel smartphone capable of performing exceptional functions. Already comparisons with iPhone have been started but G1 misses out on the design and looks side for sure. But Android software is commendable and finally it seems there is a sigh of relief for all those who were desperately waiting for this phone.

Here are the features of G1 explained in detail

Design and Display

The T-Mobile G1 is a touch-screen and also a QWERTY phone with a decent trackball that looks much like what newer Blackberry phones have. The display with 640×320 resolution certainly makes the screen look soothing to the eyes.

Battery

G1 offers 5 hours of talk time and 130 hours of standby time which is pretty reasonable indeed!

GPS and Memory

Also G1 comes with an inbuilt-GPS and 1GB inbuilt memory capable of expanding upto 8GB through flashcard. The G1 is available in black, white, and brown version.

User interface and other options

The user interface looks very slick and looks more like what you can find on a modern desktop operating system. Hey but you must have a Google account to use the phone. On the e-mail side there is a GMail client and a generic POP/IMAP client.

Overall a worth possessing phone with a perfect combination of functions and Android operating system.

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