Well, this product isn’t Japanese, but we thought it was interesting. Here’s the new HTC mobile T-Mobile G1 with Google’s Android OS.
As everyone knows, the T-Mobile G1 (aka HTC Dream) was the first official mobile phone featuring Android. It was also the first HTC without WM OS.
What’s so interesting? It features a 3.17’’ LCD touchscreen with HVGA resolution (480×320), full qwerty keypad, 3Mpix webcam, Wifi, 3D graphics acceleration, 1GB integrated storage (up to 8GB with microSD), and Bluetooth. It’s also equipped with Android Market for on-device app purchases, Push Gmail, Google Maps, and Amazon’s mobile MP3 store.
It’s clear that the Google’s OS is a challenge for Symbian OS.
Now, we found a nice article about the Android OS, and we thought you should take a look at it:
Here’s a selection of good articles available on the Internet:
Here at Akihabara News we’re a little reluctant about Google’s OS… is it a really a good idea to get an Android mobile phone? Knowing Google, if this OS is like Gmail everything you submit gives an irrevocable, royalty-free, non exclusive license to Google to reproduce it. This is a little scary…
So, could this story be repeated with the new Android OS?
Sometime ago, people said the WM was a real Big Brother OS, but what about Google?