Though we're not in love with the design and would have liked some additional features, the real beauty of the T-Mobile G1 is the Google Android platform, as it has the potential to make smartphones more personal and powerful. That said, it's not quite there yet, so for now, the G1 is best suited for early adopters and gadget hounds, rather than consumers and business users.
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Rumors say the T-Mobile G2 will feature a better 5-megapixel camera and that a T-Mobile G1 v2 is in the works with a full QWERTY keyboard.
The first Android smartphone to ever hit the market is no more. CNET takes a fond look back at T-Mobile G1.
The software giant hopes to reinvigorate its smartphone lineup by creating mobile devices it claims can be as powerful as PCs.
T-Mobile releases an over-the-air update that brings Android 1.6 'Donut' to T-Mobile G1 and T-Mobile MyTouch 3G owners.
From CNET Magazine: Smartphones, online services and biometric scanners are already easing the way for travelers. Expect even more tech to transform your journeys in the not-too-distant future.
Tomorrow T-Mobile will unveil the first phone to sport Android, the mobile operating system from Google that has the potential to take on the iPhone
Android 5.0 Lollipop brings a brand new design to Android and updated features. CNET weighs in on how far the Android OS has come and where it's going next.
DataViz releases its Documents to Go office suite and RoadSync beta for Android, bringing document editing and Exchange ActiveSync to the T-Mobile G1.
You can think of it as a touch-screen smartphone, plain and simple, or as Google's first big step into the telecommunications sector.