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T-Mobile G1 Android Phone in the Flesh

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 18, 2008

Managed to "borrow" one of the recently released T-Mobile G1 (a.k.a. Google Android Phone) and cooking up a full review. For the meantime, let me share some photos. The Google Phone is one of the oddest phone I've ever seen in terms of design and form factor. Even the mechanism for flipping out the keyboard is a bit unconventional. Took several shots of the phone together with the Nokia E71, iPhone 3G and Xperia X1 for some visual comparison. The G1 is indeed huge and bulky. Will be done with my review before the week ends so watch out for…

G1 Google Android Phone Review

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: November 22, 2008

After a week of playing with Google and HTC's new Android phone, I can say that there's a huge promise with the platform. See unboxing photos here and specs here. Let's break it down to two main components and focus there -- hardware and operating system. Hardware Construction and Design. Off the bat, the G1 phone is hideous -- period. We've seen a lot of phones coming out of HTC but the HTC Dream is a really odd one. I think this model was conceptualized way back in 2003. And despite the plastic body, it still feels heavy and bulky…

HTC Magic is next Google Android Phone

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: February 21, 2009

HTC's has announced it's second Android-based phone -- the HTC Magic -- and this time, the phone sheds off the keyboard from the previous model (HTC Dream). 3.2 inches, 320x480 pixels Qualcomm MSM7201A 528 Mhz processor 192 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM up to 16GB via microSD 3G/HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps WiFi 802.11 b/g Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate Handwriting recognition 3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, autofocus camera built-in GPS receiver digital compass And while the old Android G1 phone was locked with T-Mobile, the new G2 phone will be distributed via Vodafone (based on the markings) but who says we can't get…

Modu Phone Review

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: February 24, 2010

You don’t need to spend a lot of time with the Modu phone to realize if it's for you or not. I guess it all boils down to how it fits with your lifestyle. Read: Modu Phone Review

China Phone + Google Android

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: January 16, 2010

Imagine one of the best and free mobile OS installed on the cheapest phones in the market? Yeah, those cheap knock-off phones from China could probably one days come with an Android OS. I realized there's nothing in this world these Chinese factories cannot make so why not a cheap phone with Android OS in them? It doesn't need to be touchscreen but the basic specs that we're seeing in the gray market will do: Dual Active SIM, QWERTY keyboard, WiFI, 3G, a TV Tuner, 256MB internal storage for Android App and up to 8GB microSD Card. If they can…

How’s the Google G1 Android Phone?

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: September 24, 2008

T-Mobile today unveiled the G1, the HTC Dream phone based on the Google Android platform. It's basically an HTC phone so T-Mobile's $179 + 2 year contract price may hint of a possible unlock price when it goes global. First things first though, the actual specs of the T-Mobile G1 phone: - 3.2 inch touch screen (480x320 pixel resolution) - 3G/HSDPA - 2GB internal storage (up to 8GB via microSD) - GPS - 3MP camera - WiFi 802.11 b/g - qwerty keyboard What's still unsure is the actual price of the handset once it ships out to other regions but…

RedFox WizPhone Android phone spotted

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: June 27, 2010

I didn't expect local PC manufacturer, Redfox Technologies, to enter into the mobile market but it looks like they did -- with this WizPhone Android phone spotted on their website. Not much is revealed about the specs of the WizPhone but the website indicates it will come pre-installed with Android 2.0. I sent a quick email to them asking for details about this upcoming phone so will be updating this entry once I get them.

You can now find your missing Android phone with Google Search

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: April 16, 2015

Google has launched a new feature that allows you to locate your Android smartphone with a simple Google search from your desktop. Normally we'd use Google's already exisiting Android Device Manager tool to locate our missing smartphone but the company has made the process a lot easier by letting us search for it by simply typing "find my phone" on Google. Before trying this, make sure that your Android device has the latest Google app and that it is connected to the internet. Next, fire up your browser and log in with with the same Google account as your phone.…

Poll: Which Android phone are you?

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: April 23, 2011

Android phones have finally become a staple option for a lot of consumers. There are many affordable entry-level ones up to the high-end flagship handsets available in the market -- and it looks like everyone's got an Android nowadays. So let's put this as a poll -- which Android phone are you using right now? And how long have you been using it? Go hit the comments for your answers. Let's see how pervasive Android is in the Philippines.

Nokia Normandy could be an entry-level Android phone

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: December 11, 2013

Reports are floating around that Nokia's upcoming entry-level offering, the Nokia "Normandy", could be the Finnish company's first Android-based phone. The image shown above was leaked by @evleaks back in late November. From its looks and lone navigation button at the bottom, it can be easily taken as a new Lumia-inspired Asha phone. But according to an article by The Verge, it's possible that the new phone will run Nokia's own version of Android and will have the capability to run Android-based apps - something that Amazon has been doing with their Kindle Fire tablets. A real Asha. Or Lumia?…