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OFFICIAL: T-Mobile UK to announce the 2nd Android Smartphone soon
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 18.06.09 - 14:00:25 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 9163x
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T-Mobile UK just announced via Twitter, that its 2nd Google Android smartphone will be called "G1 Touch". While T-Mobile hasn't given any further information, it's expected that it will be the Huawei's recently unveiled U8230 Android smartphone. While neither T-Mobile nor Huawei have said too much about T-Mobile next Android smartphone, it can be expected that the G1 Touch will feature a 3.5" LCD touchscreen, a 5 megapixel camera as well as a 3.5 mm headphone jack and WiFi. Huawei furthermore unveiled earlier this week, that the U8230 uses Google's Webkit-based Internet browser in addition to a variety of Google applications such as Google Map, Google Search and Google Talk.

Above a mock-up how the T-Mobile G1 Touch could look like.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Amw on 18.06.09 - 15:46:17

It ain't no Huawei my friend, in T-Mobiles internal systems it's listed as an HTC-smartphone

Posted by Arne Hess on 18.06.09 - 17:43:49

T-Mobile US' or T-Mobile UK's internal systems?

Posted by Keith on 18.06.09 - 19:29:14

If you're spec is correct it wont be the Huawei.

That one has a 3.2meg camera and a 2.5mm jack, so would need an adaptor (according to a video review I watched on youtube).

I also didn't think any of the HTC's coming out had 5meg cameras. The only one I know coming soon with a 5meg camera and a 3.5mm jack is Samsung's Galaxy...

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