T-Mobile has unveiled the G1, the first mobile phone to run Google's Android software. At a press conference in New York, the company showed HTC's handset loaded with Android. The phone includes 3G and WiFi capabilities, has a full QWERTY keyboard, a 3-megapixel camera, and an accelerometer. The phone will be available in the United States in October.

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At a Glance
  • The G1 has great call quality and does a good job of melding hardware with the Android operating system.


    • Highly responsive touchscreen
    • Android OS offers great flexibility


    • No standard headphone jack
    • Fair battery life
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