Such a slow phone, I can't believe some people still use it!
EmeraldBlaze, 14 Apr 2017Actually the first Android phone available to consumers was known as the "Sooner", and looked ... more''Sooner'' wasn't available to consumers, it was a prototype device. The T-Mobile G1 was the first Android device available to consumers.
David, 29 Mar 2017This is the first android phone. Actually the first Android phone available to consumers was known as the "Sooner", and looked quite different.
Louis, 03 Aug 2016How do I insert a memory card?slide the keyboard
it is on the side
T-Mobile G1 it's a nine years old smartphone. But it is brilliant referring to design concept. All details are very refined, like a jewel. The QWERTY keyboard, found by sliding out under the display it's briliant. It is a pleasent experience even in this modern days.
The G1 was very sluggish but it was the father of what we know today as android, you all say that it is crap but in reality without this phone today's phones may have been a whole lot different.
HTC T MOBILE 6i is not a good phone,it only suport bluetooth headset also the space is not enough space 195 mb
abdellah ait elmadan, 09 Sep 2015it is an old phon because it is not accept any aplication6543
it is an old phon because it is not accept any aplication
lyndah louisa, 01 Dec 2014Am so pissed that I can't get watsapp here. I expected a lot from this phone.. I like it thoug... moreWell of course the phone is a good few years old, you're not going to find anything "good" and good then and good now are completely different
NikoCodey, 20 Jul 2015This is an old phone. Whatsapp is probably not supported.Whatsapp has support for Android 2.1. It should run on the HTC Dream.
This is a good phone,have some facilities but not the important ones,I want to install whatsapp,I was searching for many web sites to find answers,then I got a website to download whatsapp,then I downloaded,successfully whatsapp have been downloaded,then started installing,as usually it came'this could not be install in this phone',then I thought of buying a new phone and bought galaxy s4 and had this phone as my second
I have a Galaxy Note 4, which is perfectly fine as my primary phone. There are times, however, when it would be handy to have a second phone with a second number for occasional voice, text, and checking GMail or as my "local" handset when overseas. I have an old T-Mobile G1 that has been sitting in a drawer for about 2 years. It's in good shape, but undoubtedly has the original Android OS, default T-Mobile factory settings, and essentially no apps. I do have the unlock code and used it successfully 2 years ago with local SIMS in several Asian countries. I'd appreciate any advice on what are the key steps to bring this as up to date and into as useful a state as possible for use as a backup phone. To be clear, I have no expectation of this performing like a modern smartphone or running a ton of fancy apps -- just voice / text / GMail, either with a pay-as-you-go domestic SIM or a country- or region-specific SIM when I am traveling overseas. Thanks!