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Inside T-Mobile G1

t-mobile-g1It’s been released in 2008 and it’s been included by Times Magazin into the Best Gadgets of 2008 list. I just want to know why so I will try to do my best reviewing it.

Let’s start this review saying that G1 comes with Android(Google) software and doesn’t need more explanations as it developed together with companies such as: Asus, HTC, LG, Garmin, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Toshiba.

So, the display is an TFT touchscreen one with 65k colors and a resolution of 320×480, perfect to touch, swipe the phone and explore it’s various applications. You slide the phone horizontally and you will discover a QWERTY keyboard, just in case you want to write e-mails or navigate through the internet easier.

T-Mobile G1 has a list of interesting applications:

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Allview G1 dual sim


I present you today a dual sim telephone called Allview G1, produced in China. It comes with a 2.4 inch QVGA display which is visible in any light condition, and under it is a mini touch screen that replace the well known navigation pad. It is said that this touch screen is not so brightly made as it not reacting each time you used or how you will expect it. Every action you succeed with this phone it’s followed by a vibration, which can’t be stopped from the menu. But look on the bright side, it’s a dual sim telephone which means you can use 2 sim cards in one telephone and you can choose deactivating one or both of them.

As connectivity the model supports Bluetooth, Wap, GPRS technologies. The camera is a poor one having just 2 megapixels, but can shoot both pictures and video. The internal memory has 128 Mb but can be extended with a Micro SD card.

You can’t expect too much from this phone,  the only good thing I say it’s the multi sim option,  the other features let us wondering why to purchase this phone.


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