Endnu et indbydende interface. Før var det kun Apple og B&O, men efterhånden må man give Googles designere ros for at de også bare kan det der. Det skal vise sig om designet også holder i praksis.
Yet another gorgeous looking interface. Before it were only Apple and B&O but lately Googles designers have shown us that they can match up. In near future we will know if the nice interface also works well in the real world.
The Linux-based open source platform and the Google-backed Open Handset Alliance are seeking to merge the openness of the Internet with the mobile space. These lofty goals potentially make Android a major disruption in the mobile communications industry. However, multiple questions remain.
One thing for certain, T-Mobile will officially announce the first Android-powered handset on Sept. 23. While details aren't official, FCC filings suggest the Dream (or G1) will sport a large touch screen that flips out to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard.
The smartphone is expected to have built-in Wi-Fi, GPS, and will be capable of using T-Mobile's expanding 3G network. It's expected to be on sale in mid-October, and the handset will undoubtedly have an entire industry watching it.
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