T-Mobile and Google announced the Android-powered G1 smartphone by HTC. The first Android smartphone ever to be released to the public. For a little throwback Monday, here's our T-Mobile G1 Review. Isn't that chin a beauty? We think so!
Jelly Bean. Pretty impressive for such an old phone.
Bloomberg reports that the company has bought the San Francisco design studio that helped to create the original Android device, the Google (HTC) G1. Mike and Maaike is a two-person industrial design team whose projects have included everything from the Microsoft Xbox 360 to wallpaper patterns, including the Blackberry-style developer device that Google created some of the pre-release versions of Android on.
G1 was released in 2008, and one year before the iPhone was launched in 2007.
bootloader unlock program at HTCDev for months now, much to the approval of Android modders everywhere. If you've got an HTC Android phone or plan to buy one , odds are overwhelming that you can either unlock it now or you'll be able to soon. Yesterday HTC added a 60th phone to the unlock tool: the HTC Dream, the mass-market version of the Google G1, the very first retail phone to run Android. The HTC Dream was first sold in October of 2008 and discontinued in 2010.
Tmonews. It’s a pretty good deal if you ask me. It will be cheaper than the “Superphones” of today and given the fact that it only has a 600MHZ processor, this is a good move from T-Mobile.