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Thursday, 18 September 2008

Google’s new Mobile Phone “Dream”

Finally the internet giant Google also entered into the mobile world with their first mobile phone running its Android software in a joint initiative with US mobile phone carrier T-Mobile. The phone named as Google "Dream Phone",” is seen as Google's answer to Apple's successful iPhone.

The Dream mobile phone will have a large touch screen, a full QWERTY keypad which either slides or swivels out from the body of the device and a trackball for internet navigation. Dream will also have a built- in 3 megapixel camera, a music player and purpose-built access to Google services like Gmail, Maps…etc.


The mobile uses Android as the operating system, challenging the Nokia's Symbian, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Apple's iPhone, but its open source nature has already gained enthusiasm among various mobile manufacturers.


While no official pictures and no pricing details of the Dream are available, will expected to be available in mid October for $149.

1 comment:

anjali4india said...

Is that have VOIP services enabled in it?Actually i am using VYKE's voip services for national and international calling.When i use it for PC-MOBILE calling its ok.But know i want to use it from mobile....so please help me out.Apart from this tell me any other handset which provide VOIP services.

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