Review: HTC G1
Pictures taken with the G1 are okay. I wasn't wowed by them at all, but they didn't disappoint me either. Colors looked good both inside and out, and white balance was mostly accurate. In bright sunlight, however, light colored objects were often washed out. Inside, there was often a haze visible if the subject were close to a light source such as a window or lamp. Using the autofocus meant most images were sharp, and I saw very little grain, even with indoor shots. Images captured with the G1 are certainly worthy of adding to your MySpace or Facebook profile, though I wouldn't be tempted to blow them up to 16 x 20 size and frame them in my living room.
T-Mobile G1 Hands-On
Hands-on with the T-Mobile G1 from HTC, the first phone to run Google's Android smartphone platform. Plus hands-on with 3rd-party applications.
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