Google, T-Mobile G1 Official Photos

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Google, T-Mobile G1 Official Photos

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Google, T-Mobile G1 Official Photos - T-Mobile G1

If it looks like a gaming logo don't fret. The G1 is primed to be fun for consumers much the way Apple's iPhone was. What do you think about the device's brand logo?

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Google, T-Mobile G1 Official Photos - I, Rubin, Father of Android

Andy Rubin, senior director of mobile platforms for Google, joined Google in 2005 to create the Android mobile operating system, a complete Linux stack that Google was highly secretive about until it was unveiled in November 2007. Rubin, a lover of mobile gadgets, created the popular Sidekick for T-Mobile.

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Google, T-Mobile G1 Official Photos - Introducing the G1

The phone features a very Google-y interface, but the true winner is in the navigation and accessibility. The G1 boasts an iPhone-like touch-screen, a slide-out keyboard and a track ball for your Web surfing pleasure.

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Google, T-Mobile G1 Official Photos - Searching on G1

Google co-founders told Rubin and his team they wanted blazing-fast search no one in the mobile and wireless industry had yet seen. The G1 features one-click search ...

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Google, T-Mobile G1 Official Photos - What Search Looks Like on the G1

Here is what Google search results look like on the G1.

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Google, T-Mobile G1 Official Photos - G1 Side Profile

You don't need the keyboard or the track ball to access a G1. Here it is in touch-screen mode.

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