T-Mobile G1 Leaked

Posted: Sep 20 2008, 1:40am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:40am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

T-Mobile G1 leaked
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The first Android phone will be announced next Tuesday the 23rd by T-Mobile. Photos of the T-Mobile G1 Google phone have already appeared on the web.
The G1 shown has appeared already several times in more or less blurry videos and photos. There is still some doubt as to if this is the final T-Mobile G1 or not, as the device was often claimed to be a developer prototype.
A leaked page from the T-Mobile site shown on Engadget has a teaser box showing a black T-Mobile G1 resembling the one shown in the photo. Update: T-Mobile G1 with Google site is already live I am still not sold on the G1 phone. Many of my friends are already very concerned about Google is trying to know everything they do online, they will sure not give Google their mobile life.
The G1 has a keyboard, which is an advantage over the iPhone, but the whole G1 design is not as slick by far. The only hope left lies in the Android software, but the first generation might be underwhelming, see the video below showing the Android user interface. The video is actually from BBC TV.
More photos on rizzn. Via TechMeme.

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