The first handset to run Google’s Android platform will arrive much earlier than anticipated - or so the claims go! The Reuters news agency has been informed that T-Mobile will start selling the Googlephone on 23 September. According to the New York Times:
T-Mobile will be the first carrier to offer a mobile phone powered by Google’s Android software, according to people briefed on the company’s plans. The phone will be made by HTC, one of the largest makers of mobile phones in the world, and is expected to go on sale in the United States before Christmas, perhaps as early as October.
The high-end phone is expected to match many of the capabilities of Apple’s iPhone and other so-called smartphones that run software from Palm, Research in Motion, Microsoft and Nokia to access the Internet and perform computerlike functions.
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