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T-Mobile G1 Google Android Phone

by Josh Rubin in Tech on 23 September 2008


Today in New York City T-Mobile, HTC and Google officially unveiled the much anticipated G1. The touch-screen phone is the first to use Google's open source Android platform. Available on 22 October 2008 for $179, this device offers the first user experience that even comes close to the ease, quality and delight of the iPhone interface. Some aspects of the touch-based interface are what we've come to expect, while other innovations are destined to become new standards. Phone locking, for example, uses a gesture based code instead of a pin code as shown in the video below.

This video was shot on the Kodak Zi6 pocket HD video camera which we just started playing with and are liking a whole lot.

There's a great demo video on the G1 site; for the full pitch head over to Phonescoop for further details.


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