Google’s Android Phone Making Waves

June 6th, 2011

Google launched the Android last Friday Phone Dev 1, an open source G1 phone and will allow developers to test new applications. The phone will be available for $ 399, plus U.S. $ 25 to register as an Android developer in the Android web site, raising the price to $ 424. Sober-looking, open the G1 looks fairly polished with a new dark steel gray, and a design on the back. The phone is available in the U.S., UK, Germany, Japan, India, Canada, France, Taiwan, Spain, Australia, Singapore, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Poland and Hungary. For now, developers can get only one phone per account. The phone dials a distance of Google’s first smartphone, the first G1 running on the T-Mobile, and was not open.

It expects sales of G1 peeling and possibly reach one million sales the G1 phone before 1 January. While the iPhone It took 74 days to sell the first million, the G1 would be placed very close to the iPhone’s initial pace, reaching the million mark for 99 days. This opens a good overview for developers who could conceivably have a larger user base to the base of users who have the Apple developers. Google warns that non-developers to buy the unlocked phone for personal use may experience some inconveniences. States, “Since devices can be configured with the system software not provided or not supported by Google or any other company, end users operate these devices at your own risk.”


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