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Android Device headed for T-Mobile

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Update: BoyGenius Report is indicating that the HTC device will be priced at $150 for the first week of launch and $250 after that. Release date is not announced yet.

New York Times is reporting today that T-Mobile is readying the HTC “Dream” phone which runs the Android operating system from Google and partners. The device is expected to have a touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 3.2Mpxl camera and 3G support. Other details are still sketchy though some enterprising person has put a video on YouTube showing this device. According to several blog posts on this topic, it appears that the device might be going through FCC approval. Though no dates or pricing has been announced yet, T-Mobile is hoping to get it out in time for the holiday season or even earlier, say October. Now, seriously, how many of you are waiting with bated breath for Android launch? Is it really going to be a big deal or just a lot of hot air?

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Written by dvdand

August 15, 2008 at 11:15 am

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  1. […] and unlimited data and messages. The plan pricing will be in $35 range. You can read the specs here. Posted by dvdand Filed in Android, HTC, Handsets, T-Mobile Tags: Android, HTC Dream, Killa, […]

  2. […] That honor goes to another HTC product, the Touch Diamond which is 102 x 51-mm. The G1 should be launching on T-Mobile in the next few months. You can read the reviews and photos here and here. Thanks to the photo from AndroidGuys, you can […]

  3. […] today that T-Mobile is preparing to announce the Android-based HTC Dream on September 23. As I reported earlier, the Dream will cost between $150 and $250. HTC is very enthusiatic about the launch and is […]


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