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Googles Android lands Sept 17 at T-Mobile

Google Android teams with T-Mobile to launch Sept. 17

September 17 nears and anticipation builds as the supposed release of the Google Android dubbed the G1 goes into pre-sale that day. People are already began to say it will rival the Apples - AT&T's iPhone or will it?. The phone hasn't hit the market yet and there has already been a lot controversy over the phone. The Android's development team is displeased with the overall development of the OS and Googles lack of support to say the least.

What is all the hype about?

Rumors have it that it will include a large 5in x 3in touchscreen (larger than iPhones 3.5in screen), a sliding QWERTY keyboard, 3.0 megapixel camera, 3G data plan and plenty of apps that will make users very pleased. The Android will be available for $150 for existing customer and $350 full retail. Take a look a YouTube video that was released on the phone. It is very grainy and hard to tell what the phone is really like but it is, at the moment; the only video.

What is the downside?

There is a time and place for everything is this world and Androids timing may not be the best thought out. The bar has been set with the iPhone's unprecedented sales and Symbian going full open source, where does that leave room for the Android at the present time. Essentially what I'm saying: our plates are full and we are trying to digest all the recent technological releases and advances. Not to mention, the T-Mobile's 3G data network will only work in New York and Las Vegas. A definite setback to others around the country, although T-Mobile is working diligently to get the service up and running in 20 something other cities by years end.

Not to sound cliché but only time will tell what the future holds for the Android. Ok, so I did sound really cliché.

11 thoughts on “Googles Android lands Sept 17 at T-Mobile”

  • Loan Guy

    Is there anyone that uses all of the features these thing offer, and if they do.....are they getting any actual work done?

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  • Avel Ureño

    I have an iPhone and I use almost every feature they offer and need more they dont have. I find the apps that are available at the app store are very important for productivity in my everyday life.

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  • TeacherJ

    I use an iPhone now which I love, but I can't wait to get my hands on the Android. Does anyone know where and when I can get one?

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  • Avel Ureño

    Rumors have it Sept 17 at any T-Mobile store, but it's tentative still so I will keep you posted

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  • MrDoenelley

    I would would love to buy the new iPhone 3G but settled for the LG Dare because I'm on a Verizon plan. I like the wider profile screen of the iPhone and its easier navigation. I would most definitely be interested in the Android since the size of the screen is important to me and I live in Las Vegas too!
    Thanks for the post!

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  • Fabian Curtis

    Sounds good, but are we looking at say $10 + fees = $30 ?

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  • mx123mobile

    Navigation is awesome sincerely

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  • mx123

    The iPhone has nothing on Google Android. Navigation is great

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  • Avel Ureño

    Perhaps however the sales reflect the iPhone to be the superior phone and operating system. Maybe once the Android gets more popularity the tables will turn.

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  • mx123

    android 2 is great

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  • LGDare Fans

    i imagine it was a bit rushed, and unnoticed some options that not many people discuss about. Everybody is aware of that almost all new smartphones have web, so why show that primary perform at its bear minimum. Scroll up scroll down zoom in zoom out. Really? which new telephone doesnt try this? How bout discuss how the textual content rearranges itsself. Also the texting, very poor review. Why didnt you point out you need to use the mic and textual content with your voice? Overlooked ALOT of other extra essential options

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