The T-Mobile MyTouch 3G smartphone will be available from tomorrow for sale. This is the hotly awaited sequel to the first Android phone the T-Mobile G1 (aka Google phone). Pre-orders for this phone started just about under a month ago and interest has definitely peaked among consumers since the G1 also generated a lot of sales through its pre-order program. Read more
I love my T-Mobile G1 smartphone aka Google Android phone but I am going to strangle someone if I see ‘fore close or wait’ one more time! All my G1 peeps out there know what I am talking about right?
It seems that the Cupcake Update might fix some of the issues for which fore close is required but to sum it up, this is starting to remind me a bit of Microsoft Windows. I know that’s a horrible comparison to make but I can’t help it.
Android is an OS to love with all of its great features, most of all, no data cable syncing required, but sometimes things just get stuck while in a cloud. Is that a fair statement to make?
If you’re a G1 user, send me a note here and let me know what you do everytime you see fore close on your screen.
The T-Mobile G1 and the T-Mobile Shadow are two really great phones and worth comparing against each other if you are with T-mobile and interested in getting a new smartphone. Incidentally, both phones come from the same manufacturer, HTC, except the operating systems in each device differs. The G1 is based on Google’s mobile OS, Android, while the Shadow is based on Windows Mobile.
The T-mobile Shadow which is the latest Windows device looks sleek with its brown copper outer shell. It weighs 5.3 oz and comes with an awesome looking keypad, which can be operated by gently sliding out the top. This ideology is great and very useful for messaging, e-mailing, and sending text within your palm using just your thumb.
The Shadow comes with a 201 MHz TI OMAP 850 processor having 128 MB RAM. Other features include: Micro SDHC slot, with a 1.9 MP camera, USB 1.1, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The standard battery provided is 920 mAh. Read more
Take a look at this first picture of Lenovo’s Android phone for China Mobile snagged from BGR. Yes, it looks much better than the HTC G1 that hit the US a couple of months back doesn’t it? However, I am not dissin’ on the G1. After all, it was the 1st in the world to have the Android OS so it will always have a special place in history books.
Motorola hasn’t been on top of the wireless game for a while. However, don’t count them out of the race just yet. FierceWireless reports that their R&D has been busy working away on a great new device that will incorporate Google’s Android OS. More details to come….