T-Mobile G1 Cellphone Review

HTC in collaboration with Google has created a new mobile phone with Android operating system. The mobile phone is called "T-Mobile G1" and is characterized by a distinctive design, with a large screen that can be pushed aside to display a full 5-row qwerty keyboard.

The mobile phone is said to be a major competitor in the Apple iPhone. The mobile phone is built around an open source operating system, like iPhone, so both programmers and network operators can bring users content and applications. In practice, this means that anyone can build an application for this mobile device for anyone to buy or just download for free on the Internet. Using the built-in keyboard has made it easy to browse the phone, online and do tasks like writing email or other documents.

  • G1 Comes With:

    • 528MHz Processor
    • WLAN Operation
    • 3.2 Inch Touchscreen
    • Full 5 Channel QWERTY Keyboard
    • 3.2 Megapixel Auto Focus Meter
    • Full HTML browser
    • ] Google Talk which is an instant messaging application
    • GPS navigation with Google Maps
    • Street View, which means you can view maps of actual photos wherever you are and in Street View
    • Gmail
    • YouTube
    • ]

    And many other features of Google.

    The mobile phone weights 158 grams, which also include the battery. G1 also has a built-in microphone and speaker and supports many audio and video formats like Mp3, AAC, ACC + and Mp4

    G1 has a desktop search box designed to search both on the phone and on the Internet. To access the search box, just slide to the right with your fingertips and the desk shines on-screen with a search box only. The search box also has some cool features. For example, trying to guess what you want to look for by listing the most common searches on the Internet while you are entering.

    One of the features that make G1 stand out from iPhone is the background image.

    On the iPhone, you can not set a background image on your desktop, but on the G1 phone, you only get a slideshow when "sliding" on the desktop.

    G1 looks almost like the previous T-Mobile Sidekick series.

    I do not like the design very well. I expected a little more with Google and HTC to work together, but I also think the software works very well and has some very good features. G1 is very simple to use and you can take some shortcuts and add them directly to your desktop.

    The greatest advantage is the ability to accept open applications, and I predict that this term will be the future.

    Source by Christian Emil Johansen

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