HTC and T-Mobile are readying a new version of the G1 Android phone, according to the gadget blog Gizmodo.
On Wednesday, Gizmodo posted pictures of what is supposed to be the new Android "G2," which the blog says is expected in May. The new device is much thinner than the previous G1 because its slide keyboard is gone. Instead, HTC has taken a page out of the Apple iPhone playbook and will only offer a virtual keypad.
Pictures of the new G2 also show that it will have a 3.2 megapixel camera. The new phone will operate on T-Mobile USA's network, and the interface will be "very similar" to the G1, according to Gizmodo's sources.
Rumors have already been flying around the blogosphere about which manufacturers will be next with their Android phones. Samsung is supposedly working on an Android phone for this summer. And HTC is said to be working on a whole portfolio of Android devices.that will go on sale in the second quarter. Sony Ericsson is also rumored to be
Overseas, there are also reports that China's Huawei Technologiesready for the Chinese market in the third quarter.