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T-Mobile G1 shown live pre-launch

updated 02:25 pm EDT, Fri September 19, 2008

T-Mobile G1 Live Shots

T-Mobile's upcoming Android phone has been spotted today courtesy of a blog entry from someone with access to the phone ahead of the carrier's official debut on the 23rd. Previously only shown in a handful of indoor shots, the G1 is again an exact match for prototypes Google has used to demonstrate the phone and is described by the Google worker using the phone as the production version of the HTC Dream. The phone revolves around its touchscreen but opens as with a Sidekick to expose a full keyboard.

Numerous previous reports have pointed to the inclusion of 3G data for T-Mobile's network, GPS and Wi-Fi as well as microSD for flash storage. The carrier is believed to be pricing the G1 at an iPhone level and with new data plans to encourage added data use. [via TalkAndroid]



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  1. MadGoat

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: Feb 2008

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    Not s*** enough

    looks cumbersome and with very sharp and squared off edges.

  1. wokkabutter

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: Sep 2008

    0

    pointy phones

    Amen to that. Pointy phones have frequently had adverse effects on my productivity. I've also noticed they tend to lag more, and it's hard to write good programs. Such is life.

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