T-Mobile Officially Unveils the Android-Powered Phone T-Mobile G1

T-Mobile G1 Specifications

T-Mobile and Google today announced the launch of the world’s first Android-powered mobile phone: T-Mobile G1. Available soon only for T-Mobile customers spanning two continents, the T-Mobile G1 combines full touch-screen functionality, a trackball for one-handed navigation, a QWERTY keyboard, plus access to mobile Web applications like Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps Street View and more.

T-Mobile G1 brings the following features: 3G (with dual-band UMTS), quad-band GSM support, Wi-Fi, GPS functionality, Bluetooth, e-mail support (Gmail as well as other POP3 and IMAP e-mail services), multimedia messaging, instant messaging (with Google Talk as an option of course), a full HTML browser, a 3-megapixel camera, the ability to multitask, a music player with access to the Amazon MP3 store, one-click contextual search.

T-Mobile customers in the U.S. can pre-order the T-Mobile G1, in limited quantities, beginning today at www.T-MobileG1.com and be among the first to experience this game-changing phone. The Android-powered mobile phone will be available at select T-Mobile retail stores and online in the U.S. beginning Oct. 22, for a price of $179 with a two-year voice and data agreement. The device will also be released in the United Kingdom beginning in November, and across Europe in the first quarter of 2009. Countries include Austria, Germany, Czech Republic and the Netherlands.

The T-Mobile G1 is the first handset to offer access to Android Market, which hosts unique applications and mash ups of existing and new services from developers around the world.


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