The T-Mobile G1 is also known as the HTC Dream, and is the first phone to use Android, a new mobile operating system by Google. Shown here is the device's home screen. You can drag and drop shortcut applications directly on to it.
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The T-Mobile G1 has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which is great for typing out e-mail and text messages. There's a dedicated Web key on the keyboard that brings up the Web browser. The screen shown here is the Photo Album.
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The T-Mobile G1 held in hand at the launch event.
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The T-Mobile G1 also comes in black. Note that the bottom navigation part juts out at a slight angle, presumably so the mic is closer to the mouth.
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The T-Mobile G1 will come with Amazon's MP3 Store already loaded in the device. This lets you buy and download DRM-free songs over the air.
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Since it runs an operating system made by Google, the G1 is primed to handle Google Search and other Google applications. Just enter in your GMail account log-in information, and you are free to access your account whenever you wish.
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The T-Mobile G1 comes with a "compass mode" powered by Google Maps. This orients the Street View according to the user's position.
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The T-Mobile G1 also comes in this brown hue. The screen is currently showing what looks like a status page, where you can view the currently playing track, incoming text messages, new voice mail messages, plus a news ticker.
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