guyz not because i work for tmobile but the google phone is way better than the iphone.. when the iphone was allowed to be used with over services i definately tried it but it definately sucked badd.. freezes constantly.. currently rite now our Tmobile call center has been given 30 gphones to be tried upon employees and its the bomb..
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Danger is my middle name. Sorry we are not all old and still have to pull over to text someone. Texting has become an ease with most phones. I dont even have to look at the phone to do so, now this phone that would be a diffrent story. Looks like I would have to set it down on a desk and type on it like a keyboard.
Savor, 02 Oct 2008Despite media reports to the contrary, this isn’t an iPhone-Android fight. Comparing iPhone to... moreNever mind the principals of Android, I think this is more about consumer choice and market competition. - its opening up the awareness of device O/S. I went into a rogers dealership and asked 'what phones here use symbian' and the guy stares at me. He says 'the iphone has its own operating system, and there is windows mobile...'.
Hopefully this will draw some attention to a market that could use a little more competitive stimulation, cuz frankly, most of the options here are pretty lame.
One other down fall, calender view. I prefer the iPhone calender because of the full month view and daily appointmnets view all on one page. Just highlight the day and it shows the agenda for that day to the right side. This one has a month view but you have to open each day to see the acutal agaenda for each day.
This phone is for kids!!!! who use both hands to type. Hello us grown folks, drive cars and multitask. Has anyone noticed how far the space button is from the right side, how hard is it going to be to use your right thumb on the "space button, g button, t button, 5 button" come on I have regular hands. I'm not Yao Ming.
2gbhosting.com, 03 Oct 2008Yes in $179 where???Go to T-mobile.com and youll see the ad for the G1 click and pre order the phone. it should be 179.
john, 03 Oct 2008T-mobile 2 yr contract...in U.S makes the fone 179. but u also need to subscribe to the 3G dat... morethe G1 doesn't require a higher data plan, people can't do simple math anymore. For example:
T-Mobile Dash - $14.99 a month for unlimited messaging and $20 a month for unlimited EDGE websurfing
or 4.99 a month for 400 messages and 19.99 a month for unlimited EDGE websurfing
G1 -$35 a month for unlimited 3g or EDGE websurfing and unlimited messaging or $25 a month for 400 messages and unlimited web.
see what I just did? Its the same price, you get 3g goodness for free!
michael, 04 Oct 2008the plan is only $19.99 with tmobile not $25 to $35no its 25 and 35....
It says on other sites that the phone doesn't have video capture. hmmmm. This is the downfall......
The G1 looks promising, and i do believe that it may be better than the iPhone. I have an iPhone, and the hype is well... too much. Too many bugs for my taste. If this phone is cheap enough, i may just switch to it. If not, im locked in with 3g for a while.
T-mobile 2 yr contract in U.S makes the 169 with t-mobile.exoticphone.com
179 dollars in Tmobile america
Read how works search on G1's Android:
I have Had both Iphones and they both sucked I have been waiting for something like the G1 to come out so I could get rid of this apple trash I'm telling you ppl the iphone is overrated G1 all the way
Yes in $179 where???
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2008$179 whereT-mobile 2 yr contract...in U.S makes the fone 179. but u also need to subscribe to the 3G data plan wich is 25 - 35 dollars additional to your current cellphone bill.
Despite media reports to the contrary, this isn’t an iPhone-Android fight. Comparing iPhone to Android is comparing apples and orchards — at present, iPhone is a solitary device available on a restricted set of carriers, while Android will be used on all sorts of devices (phones and otherwise) and available on any carrier that wants it. If you want to compare iPhone to the T-Mobile G1, that’s a fair comparison, device to device, even if in some markets (e.g., US) they’re only sort-of competing due to disparate supported carriers.
In my humble opinion, Android is less about open source or open communities or open markets or open systems, than it is about open opportunity. We need Android to succeed to ensure that open source, open markets, et. al. are a viable, not-too-crazy choice for people in the marketplace. This does not mean that “iPhone must die” or anything of the sort, which is why I get nervous when people use violent imagery to depict the iPhone-Android relationship. If we really believe in what Android brings to the table, while we say we want Android to succeed, I hope it is more that we want the principles of openness embodied in Android to succeed. Android will bring those principles to the market, and if other platforms adopt those principles, we all win, above and beyond Android’s own success.
the only thing tha iphone has goin 4 it... is that it looks nice and has a good music player that tha iphone is not a smart phone is a music phone that it the keyboard sux...i hav a blackberry and i will go with that over tha iphone neday and i will be gettin tha g1 aswell the.... when tha iphone came out it did not hav aim nor did it hav video kno flash for the camera kno zoom and how much did the want 4 it 500-600 that damn phone the iphone is really nice lookin phone that bout and it... the iphone just dont work for me thats y i dont hav 1... if this phone dont work 4 u dont it....
this is a tmobile phone release in USA it will be around 179 or around that price it should come this month