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The First Android powered Motorola phone is coming to T-Mobile U.S.A. Yeah, I’m talking about that ugly blue thing. The specs are decent enough, all the stuff a smartphone being released in 2009 should have. And again, it’s mad by Motorola, so don’t get too excited.
- Tri band WCDMA/ HSDPA/ HSUPA 900/1700/2100
- Quad band GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
- HandsFree Speaker
- Photo and video Camera
- Video Player
- Stereo Bluetooth
- Music Player
- HTML Browser
- Android OS.
No word on pricing, release date, or alternative colors yet. Though if you really wanted, you could just paint it.
The G2, aka HTC Magic, is making it’s rounds now sporting the T-Mobile USA logo. This is HTC’s newest answer to Nature’s call for more convergence. According to CPS and the white papers it is the first to sport both T-Mobile’s 3G and UMA. So we can have the best of both worlds! Of course it doesn’t have a physical keyboard which means it will have an on-screen keyboard. The on-screen keyboard is supposed to be a part of Cupcake (Android 2.0). The FCC docs have a confidentiality release date of June 15th, 2009 on the in-depth documents which may hint at it’s release date.
- 528 MHz processor
- microSD(HC), TransFlash, SDIO (up to 32GB)
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR
- Assisted GPS, QuickGPS
- 5 MP camera w/ autofocus
- 1340 mAh battery
- Google Android 2.0 (Cupcake)
- Screen Resolution of 320 x 480 (touch screen)