Santa Brought Googlers Unlocked G-1 Phones

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  1. I love my G1, got it the day it came out. As a HTC fanboi who has owned dozens of HTC phones (I recommend phones for my high end clientele, so buying a new phone often is a business investment), I think this is HTC’s triumph so far.

    The downsides: The RC30 update can’t be jailbroken yet, so I’m a bit miffed about that. The tethering app is horrible, but at least it works, sort of. I still keep my HTC Trinity P3600 with my AT&T 3G tethering plan for WiFi on the go (works great). There are some bugs in the web browser, still, that Google refuses to acknowledge but make my life a bit difficult.

    The upsides: the phone works. Battery life is a non-issue since I always have a USB port somewhere (dashboard of the car, desk, home, wherever). If only bars would start putting USB ports on the bar top, I could charge while I drink my Aberlour. Otherwise, the phone is just fantastic.

    If T-Mobile/Google wishes to release a phone without a hard keyboard, so be it. I’m not in a rush until I’ve seen what developers can REALLY do with the app code interface. It just gets better and better every week it seems.

    My iPhone, used for about 6 hours, is still in my desk. I should sell the POS, and hope that Apple really does release a Newton-like “phone” device.

  2. It would be a good phone, maybe even revolutionary with the Android operating system but I dont think it will be selling like the iPhone did on release. The iPhone I think was a good follow up from the popular iPods. I would like to see somebody do a close comparison between the G1 mobile phone and the Nokia N97

  3. Google have done what they do best and provide a simple and easy to use software combined with the practical and business-style design of HTC. However, the iPhone still rules in terms of design, sexiness and style. There are still features like copy and paste that you can’t do on the iphone but if you want a phone that is fashinable then go for that instead of the G1.

  4. Vodacom is set to launch the Android based HTC Magic, aka Google G2, in South Africa

    The HTC Magic was first unveiled in mid-February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and was commercially available in Europe in late April and early May. Vodafone has exclusive rights to the HTC Magic, and it is through this agreement that Vodacom could bring the latest Google phone to South Africa.

  5. google is still a young player in the mobile market but with its immense say in the internet world you can only imagine tht google will introduce mobiles with possibly the best online expireince of any mobile tht is likely to appear in the near future

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