Exactly three years ago, those who pre-ordered began receiving their T-Mobile G1′s, the little phone that started it all. I was lucky enough to be in that group. After spending several hours with the bronze-colored geegaw on October 20, 2008, I wrote up my breathless, geeked-out thoughts for my personal blog. It’s cute, I was ... Read More »
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Today marks the end of an era for Android. The HTC made T-Mobile G1 is no longer available from T-Mobile’s online store. Compared to today’s lineup for Android phones, the G1’s 528 MHz processor, 3.2 inch display, and Android 1.6 OS seem outdated and obsolete. With new phones like the HTC G1 Blaze ... Read More »
The G1 has already received Android 2.2 thanks to some hard working hackers, but there is still an outside chance that T-Mobile could upgrade the device over the air. Before I get your hopes up, just remember T-Mobile has the final say on firmware upgrades and their official response for the last couple ... Read More »
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Look for a public beta to be released tomorrow night.
The update (build number DMD64) focuses on improving call performance.
Haykuro, the 17 year old Android whiz, has done it again and released another coveted Android build. This time he has the Rogers HTC G1 a full day before the official release. I decided to flash the build and see what is different. In order to get this out ... Read More »
A recent headline “BlackBerry Storm Transformed into Google Android, Sorta” got me thinking. No, it wasn’t that certain news outlets are click-mongering hope stealers. It was about the future of Android. First, that the idea of a phone having a semi-portable, nameable operating system is a breakthrough in itself. A few years ago, the idea ... Read More »
Have you been debating on weather to purchase a G1 or wait for the next Android phone to come out? Amazon has just given you 82 reasons to reconsider as they are now offering the T-Mobile G1 for $97.99 with 2yr plan. The cheapest I have ever seen was $149.99 from Wal-Mart.
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