Cell Phone Review: T-Mobile G1

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Cell Phone Review: T-Mobile G1 – T-Mobile G1 is an amazing addition to the concept of ‘Googlephone’. Apparently, the user might feel that there is a lack of design in the device. The styling is a bit peculiar, considering the fact that there is a conscious attempt to stay farther from the trend. This is rather paradoxical as there are a host of attractive features embedded within this outwardly simple device. There is a sort of charm and the look can be defined as a retro-futuristic one. The edges are kept smooth and round and this also presents a very user-friendly appearance. Its obvious design partner is Google and then, there is HTC, it presents a single button that is simple to operate but the functionality is not compromised.

T-Mobile G1

T-Mobile G1

The phone is not really sleek and its thickness is 0.62 inches. The body is of matte finish and gives a warm feeling to your hand as you hold it. It weighs 5.57 ounces and you have a touch-screen LCD that is of a high capacity. There is a trackball and five hard buttons at the bottom of the device. They are the end/power, back, home, send and a ‘menu’ button that is located at the top of your screen.

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