HTC Dream / T-Mobile G1:
The HTC Corporation launched in the market the first commercial handset running Google’s Android operating system. HTC dream has a 3-inch touch screen, web browsing buttons and a full QWERTY keypad. This phone has MSM7201A is an ARM-based, dual-core[ CPU/GPU from Qualcomm and contains many built-in features, including 3G and a GPU capable of up to 4 million triangles/sec.
HTC dream supports 192 MB RAM, 256 MB ROM internal storage, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, micro SD card up to 32 GB, 528 MHz ARM 11 processor, with GPS supports.
The G1 sports a 3.17″ 65K color touch screen that runs in HVGA (480×320) resolution.
3.1MP, or right around that facilitates user to records video and capture high resolution and eye catching image on a single click.
HTC Dream / T-Mobile G1 supports 2G and 3G different networks such as GSM/GPRS/EDGE/Wi-Fi and UMTS/HSDPA850/900/1700/1800/1900/2100Mhz
Similar to the iPhone’s mobile App Store, the Android Market will allow downloading of various Android apps from the Market, to the phone.
Amazon MP3 Store
Amazon’s MP3 store will be preloaded on every G1, allowing the download of 6 million DRM-free tracks with singles starting at 89 cents. Downloading music requires a Wi-Fi connection, previewing can be done over T-Mobile’s network.
Shop Savvy: designed to help people do comparative shopping
Ecorio-designed to help people of their daily travels and view what their footprint looks like Bread Crumbz: enables people to create a step-by-step visual map using photos; customers can create their own routes, share them with friends or with the world.