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Friday, October 24th, 2008

Well, after getting up at 5 in the morning and sitting by the window waiting for the postman to deliver your new G1 phones – please be careful not to rip his arms off when he hands it over – What can we expect to find?
Those lucky enough will have ordered themselves:
•  Black or White G1 Phone (Only available in two colours)
•  GPS and Compass
•  Rich HTML email client which seamlessly synchs email with POP3 or IMAP services
•  3.5G (HSDPA/HSUPA) and Wi-Fi connectivity
•  3 Mega pixel camera
•  MP3 music player
•  Pre-installed 2 GB Micro SD memory card (device supports up to an 8 GB card)
•  Bluetooth-enabled
•  Up to 130 hours standby and up to 5 hours talk time
•  Dimensions: 117.7 x 55.7 x 26.5 mm
•  Weight: 158g
The G1 Phone also has a full QWERTY keyboard that makes it simple to write exactly what you want to say and navigating is even easier using the touch screen and trackball.  There’s also one touch access to all your  favourite Google applications including web search, Google Maps, Google Talk and Google Mail. So whether it’s email, instant messaging, social network updates or even calling and texting,  the T-Mobile G1 is perfect for whatever form of communication you prefer.


Friday, September 26th, 2008

The eagerly anticipated T-Mobile G1 phone promises to take the mobile phone market by storm, and the recent leak of the G1 user manual (or quick start guide) has only served to fuel our impatience.

Firstly, the quick-start guide is anything but a quick start guide! The 48 page document gives us an idea of what we can expect from the vast capabilities of the G1. For anyone who thinks they’ll be able to just switch their new G1 phone on and get to grips with it in an hour, as we all have with our new phones in the past, think again.

Of course, nobody is going to tell you that you have to read the manual in order to operate one, but should you choose not to, you will almost certainly be missing out on many of the most advanced features in mobile technology. As the very first phone to operate on Google’s open source Android Platform, the G1 phone is so advanced it would be impossible for anybody to take full advantage of it’s capabilities without some assistance.

Besides, as we are all still waiting to actually get our hands on one, the user manual is a great teaser and the next step in bringing the promise of the G1 phone just that little bit closer.

Download it here:

G1 User Manual


Thursday, September 25th, 2008

The T-mobile G1 android phone with Google was unveiled in New York today with much anticipated hype and it didn’t disappoint. Google, T- mobile and handset maker HTC were all present to showcase the T- Mobile G1 to the world via a live webcast.

The T-Mobile G1 will be distributed in the US from October. The UK can expect to see the G1 in early November then Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and the Netherlands should expect a launch date in the first quarter of 2009.

Existing T-Mobile customer will gain priority over the handsets which are available now for pre order while supplies last, those lucky enough could see the G1 land on there doorstep as early as October 22, 2008.

The handset made by HTC will cost $179 and the T-mobile plan will have a fixed two year contract.

Potential T-Mobile customers can register online at the T-Mobile G1 website to be among the first to find out when they will be released.

One thing is for sure the T-Mobile G1 will be here for Christmas!

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