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T-Mobile UK say G1Touch is next Android phone; Huawei U8230 confirmed for carrier

T-Mobile UK say G1Touch is next Android phone; Huawei U8230 confirmed for carrier

Hot on the heels of T-Mobile USA's confirmation that they'd be announcing their new Android smartphone next week comes details on a new Google phone from the carrier's UK arm.  T-Mobile UK have just revealed that their second Android phone will be called the T-Mobile G1Touch; meanwhile, according to PC World, Huawei Technologies have announced that their U8230 Android smartphone will go on sale with T-Mobile in Europe late in Q3 2009.

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T-Mobile Android G1 Live Blog tomorrow: Win a G1 smartphone!

T-Mobile Android G1 Live Blog tomorrow: Win a G1 smartphone!

Tomorrow is Android day, and we'll be Live Blogging the whole T-Mobile G1 event over at http://Live.AndroidCommunity.com/.  T-Mobile have just put up the T-MobileG1.com website, so the countdown to the G1 is well and truly underway.  We'll also be running a competition simultaneously with the Live Blog, where you can win your very own G1.  There are no cryptic questions or trials by fire; all you need to do is be a registered member of the Android Community forums and pay attention to the Live Blog itself.

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T-Mobile planning further 3G expansion in run-up to Android G1 launch

T-Mobile planning further 3G expansion in run-up to Android G1 launch

T-Mobile USA has announced plans to have 3G HSDPA coverage in 21 markets by mid-October, a schedule no doubt prompted by the imminent announcement of the T-Mobile G1, the first Android-powered cellphone on the market.  The data-centric handset will be able to take advantage of up to 1Mbps download speeds, and will be announced on September 23rd (at an event Android Community will be Live Blogging).

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Android, Google & the G1 HTC Dream: why T-Mobile makes sense

Android, Google & the G1 HTC Dream: why T-Mobile makes sense

Word is out that T-Mobile looks likely to be the only network on which you'll be able to buy an Android-based handset in 2008.  The HTC Dream, understood to be called the T-Mobile G1, will likely be the first of many 'G'-type smartphones running Android.  Even before the initial platform announcement, Google was being asked to confirm the existence of their "gPhone"; all they would say was that there would be many such handsets.

Branding the handsets gPhone would leave Google (or T-Mobile) open to criticism that they were merely copying Apple's style of nomenclature.  However, by releasing a range of 'G' handsets they leave the public to make their own connection and adopt "gPhone".  MarkMonitor - an "enterprise brand protection" company" has bought up MobileG1.com, T-MobileG2.com, T-MobileG3.com, T-MobileG4.com and T-MobileG5.com; a potential conclusion could be that, for the next 6-12 months even, if a customer wants an Android handset they'll have to turn to T-Mobile.

HTC Dream aka G1 coming to T-Mobile on September 17th?

HTC Dream aka G1 coming to T-Mobile on September 17th?

According to the latest rumor, T-Mobile will begin presales for the Android-powered HTC Dream on Wednesday, September 17th, with open sales kicking off the week after.  TmoNews are claiming that the handset, called the G1, will sell for $150 to existing customers (though not employees) during the presale period, and then for a surprisingly high $399 after that.

T-Mobile LG G2 teams with Optimus F6 and F3 carrier companions this summer

T-Mobile LG G2 teams with Optimus F6 and F3 carrier companions this summer

While T-Mobile isn't sharing information on pricing or actual release dates for the LG G2 as of yet, they're certainly keen to let it be known that they're carrying the device. This is LG's first multi-carrier release, so to speak, as the LG G2 hits all four of the top four USA-based mobile groups last this year. Joining the LG G2 are a couple of smaller smartphones hitting it off at what will certainly be lower price points as well: LG Optimus F6 and LG Optimus F3.

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