T-Mobile G1

25 09 2008

Let’s see: touchscreen, keyboard, and PC capabilities. With those features as its major selling points, its hard to ignore the fact that the T-Mobile G1 will try to go against the iPhone in some crazy mobile phone epic battle. At this point, there’s really nothing bad to say about the G1. It’s powered by Google’s Android software, has easier Gmail capabilities, and has a lower price tag at $179. This could be great for T-Mobile customers who could care less about an iPhone. But until this phone comes out (slated for an October 22nd release), we’re going to have to say that iPhone reigns supreme for the moment. They still have the Blackberry Bold and Thunder to worry about.

Via: New York Times

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