This phone will be available exclusively from T-Mobile and we will have to wait till it reaches the market here. It has unique applications and like iPhone, bear a resemblance to the software used on iPhone which allows touch screen device and allow owners to place icons linking to sites such as You tube. With just a couple of short clicks, customers can find and download a wide range of innovative software applications — from games to social networking and on-the-go shopping — to personalize their phone and enhance their mobile lifestyle. When the phone launches next month, dozens of unique, first-of-a-kind Android applications will be available for download.
The iPhone and Android phones both ship with Web browsers based on the WebKit rendering engine. So, this will be so identical that applications will also render on webkit based browsers as Safari and Google Chrome, used by iPhone and Android.
I thought initially, Google was supposed to unveil the GPhone but than I understand, Google is not releasing any mobile devices on its own. It has collaborated with several technology and wireless companies to develop Android which is an open source platform that can be used by any third party developers to create applications. And I gather, the Google Director, Andy Rubin won't comment on the future plans to create a mobile phone of its own.
What so interesting I hear is, Amazon.com MP3 music store will be pre-loaded on the T-Mobile G1, the first phone to be powered by Android. Verizon has given a warm response and AT&T has yet to comment publicly on it.
I had mentioned of Top ten Applets of iPhone earlier here, but here's Top 10 best Google Android Apps and the prize winning apps picked by Google for which it would give $10 million worth in prizes to software development companies who've developed innovative and useful applications for its open source mobile platform.
As computer scientist Alan Kay has famously observed, the best way to predict the future is to invent and so is Google, inventing every day a new product and changing lives taking us all to the next Internet.
A decade of Reading, Sharing, Learning and Teaching - I use Google in every aspects of my journey on web lanes. Google products are amazing which I use in my multiple professions. I almost breathe the Google air! So, Enjoy Google Me here, search here and stay tuned here.
Btw, Google celebrates 10th Birthday and here's its Project10100 'May Those who Help the Most Win', calling for Ideas to change the world by helping many people as possible. Submit your Idea and maybe you can be a Winner.