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Report: T-Mobile to Offer Android Phone Before Christmas

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Aug 15, 2008, 7:46 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

According to informed sources cited by the New York Times, T-Mobile USA will be the first network operator to launch a phone running the Android platform. The Times' sources said the phone would be manufactured by HTC, and could be available as early as October. It will feature a touch screen and a sideways slide-out keyboard, which is a design used by HTC on its other smartphones. Google, the company behind Android, and T-Mobile did not comment on the details.

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Aug 15, 2008, 10:23 AM

Android Phone

What is an Anrdoid Phone? Can anyone explain please?
watch this

Aug 15, 2008, 2:08 PM

Not to put your hopes down,

We won't see the Android Phone any earlier than mid December, if that even.

Google may be ready, but T-mobile simply is not. they still have many bugs to work out with it so they want to make sure its at 99% before launch.

(no phone works at %100)
How would you know that TMo is not ready?
I also forgot to mention the main reason it's been pushed back is b/c of the 3G launch. The Andriod Phone will be 3G(as well has touchscreen with a slide out keypad). They want to have 3G up and running because w/o 3G the phone will be slow, and we a...

Aug 16, 2008, 11:59 AM

can be found online under T-mobile dream

appearently thats the code working title for the phone if you google image search it comes right up

Aug 16, 2008, 11:42 AM


These are not the droids your looking for......... I kinda just always wanted to say that and have it be in context with the convo

Aug 15, 2008, 2:49 PM

T-Mobile U.S. Exclusive to last 1 week:


Aug 15, 2008, 7:59 AM

Way to go TM!

Nice, I would love to see these phones, and I hope the other carriers pick them up. More choices is always good.
early reports say Sprint is next. I'm not a tmob man but it is good to see that they are first to get this phone. their employees and customers need the change. go t-mo!
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