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Tuesday September 23, 2008 4:02 pm

A look at Google Mobile on T-Mobile G1


If you are curious about how services will work on the Android platform, Eric from Google is here to give us a look. Google products like search, maps, YouTube, Gmail, contacts, calendar, and Google Talk are all included in the Android operating system used by the T-Mobile G1. Basically, you sign in to your Google account once, and all your information syncs to the web. Any changes made on the web sync back to your phone. It’s like a free version of - yeah, I said it. Check out the video above for a walkthrough of Google features on the G1.


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T-Mobile G1 is a good smart phone with 528 MHz speed, 3.15 MP Camera, GPS, Bluetooth, WIFI and Android OS. It has also found some bugs by customers to be rectified in new versions like dropped calls issues, No flash support in browser and No Microsoft exchange email connectivity.

T-Mobile’s G1 is hitting the streets this week for those who have preordered the device.

http://www.fommy.com/t-mobile-g1.htm

Hi,Any further updates on this thread? Hope to see more replies one of these days,especially feedbacks from the thread starter. Seems like this thread has been inactive for a while. Think topic should be closed.

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T-Mobile G1 is the first real competition to Apple’s iPhone. It looks amazing as well as all its features are also very fine.All the facilities in it like combine Google Maps with the 3G Network to find where you are and where you want to go, offers fast Internet speeds with the 3G network, quick access to Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube and more.Also the Android Market allows you to browse, purchase and download applications built for the Android operating system. As more applications are available, the G1 has become the more powerful smartphone for all types of users.

Yes it looks really nice also the addition of the keyboard is a nice feature, im missing that with the iphone.

Looks like a nice device. The Android OS is starting to gain more of the smart phone market share and with phones like the G1 that trend is likely to continue.

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