Friday, 23 September 2016


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It's been a while now since the very first phone to use Google's revolutionary Android Operating System, the T Mobile G1, was launched and the idea seemingly have gathered pace somewhat, with a bunch of new Android mobile phones and smart phones now available. Here's brief report on all the past and current Android phones released so far. DOLAMEE D9
T Mobile G1 
The initial'Google Phone'released after much hype in October 2008, the G1 was touted as the big threat to the established iPhone. It needs to be stated that the G1, manufactured by the Taiwanese mobile specialists HTC, was something of a disappointment. The phone itself was bulky and the slide-out keyboard drew complaints for being unwieldy and impossible to use with just one hand.
The G1 did, however, include some innovations, especially, the seamless integration of numerous of Google's famous applications such as for instance search, maps and street view. And most people who reviewed the telephone were impressed with the speed and reliability of the bond designed to the web while these were out and about - this was, in the end, a project which aimed to help make the internet truly mobile?
HTC Magic 
The planet didn't have to attend miss some improvements to take place with the release of the HTC Magic in April 2009. The slide-out keyboard was ditched and only an intuitive touch screen function, the much criticised camera was upgraded to 3.2 mega pixels and the handset itself was smaller, lighter and a lot more attractive. 
The critics started initially to wonder whether, actually, Google were on to something here?
HTC Hero 
Just a few short weeks later and the HTC Hero, also called the G2 Touch, came onto the market and now people really were taking notice. The HTC Hero is a sleek, modern looking handset with all the current usual features and some notable improvements.
The 3.2" display with touch-screen functionality is bright and responsive with an iPhone like'pinch-to-zoom'feature and also displays useful weather updates as well as updates on all your favorite twitter and Face book feeds. 
The Hero is also the very first phone to use HTC's innovative'Sense'featuring seven individual, customized home screens which is often changed with the sweep of a finger.
HTC Tattoo 
The newest offering from HTC is aimed, primarily, at the budget and pre-pay market. A somewhat smaller and smaller sized handset with a 2.8" screen and some trimming down in the feature department, the concept is actually targeted at bringing Android to the masses and who'd bet against it?
Motorola Dext 
It's been a while since Motorola were connected with anything that could be referred to as innovative but the Dext may change a couple of perceptions of among the original and oldest mobile handset manufacturers?
Along with the Android operating system, Motorola have included their very own application, called'MotoBlur'which checks Twitter, MySpace and Face book for status updates and displays these on one of it's five home screens. Clearly targeted at the social network generation the Dext also re-introduces the slide-out QWERTY keyboard which is really a many more easy to use compared to the original concept trialled in the G1. The Motorola also includes a nice security application which allows users to remotely wipe all private data from the telephone should it be lost or stolen. DOLAMEE
Samsung Galaxy i7500 
The first Android phone on the O2 network, as well as Samsung's first foray in this sector, the Galaxy i7500 comes with a 3.2" screen, 8MB built-in memory and a 5 mega pixel camera with integrated flash and auto-focus. A number of the Android features have been cut down but, overall, a good smart phone which will undoubtedly be a winner?
The speed and pace of development of the Android project throughout the last twelve months has been phenomenal and there may be no doubting Google's commitment to become a major force in mobile technology development in the future. If the Google phone concept will ever topple Apple's iPhone as the handset of choice remains to be observed, but given the progress up to now it will undoubtedly be interesting to see how the idea develops over the following few years.

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