Today it’s easy to find, all T-Mobile Retail and eligible Retail Partner locations nationwide offer the T-Mobile G1 - based on Google's Android OS. Because of rush of demand, T-Mobile wants to make this smartphone more widely available whether you live in a 3G market or not.
When the T-Mobile G1 debuted last fall, many positioned it as the first serious competitor to the iPhone.
The T-Mobile G1 is a consumer-oriented smartphone with support for this carrier's new 3G network. It has a highly-functional web browser, and includes tie-ins to a number of this company's online services, like Gmail and Google Maps. Recently the price is $180 less one cents when purchased with a two-year contract.
- 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen
- a QWERTY keyboard,
- a GPS
- it supports a microSD card slot
- a 3.2 megapixel camera.
The T-Mobile G1 Android operating system delivers mixed experiences; the OS makes it for a virtually unlimited number of possible application and interface development as one should note that it is based on a Linux kernel.