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Google Says the 'Google Phone' Is a Reality

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Dec 12, 2009, 1:32 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Google admitted publicly that its employees are using unannounced Android-based devices. However, these phones, which Google shared no details about — and did not specifically call a "Google Phone" — are being used to help Google evaluate Android, Android applications, and experiment with new features and capabilities. Google said that it might share details about the device in the future, but for now it is only for Google testers and what it calls "dogfooding" activities.

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Dec 12, 2009, 4:37 PM


I WANT IT!!! I WANT IT!!! I WANT IT!!! I WANT IT!!! So not fair. (throwing bigger tantrum) Mean ol' developers. lol sorry i knew someone was going to throw a fit about not having that phone. Thought I would start. lol
Sorry to break your bubble, but it really isn't that difficult to create a prototype phone for testing s/w. Companies like TI already make evaluation phones (albeit very ugly and clunky ones) specifically for demoing S/W that runs on various platform...
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