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The Google's phone

By Rishi Prakash, New Delhi
He maintains the blog: technobirdlive.com

The 2008-year is remarkably an unforgettable year for Google – the most widely used search engine across the world. After the recent release of the web browser Google Chrome, it has again astounded everyone with the release of Google phone. No one had ever thought that Google would bring such fabulous gifts for techno savvy users worldwide.

As far as phone features are concerned, G1 phone is equipped with all advanced features that consumers want. The T mobile G1 truly offers excellent multitasking and browsing experience. The main focus has been given to the Open Source. Third party applications are the main focal point and purely the future of the platform.

However, the phones will be available in T mobile stores in the USA only. Initially, the phone will be available in 21 cities, which also include New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Houston among others. The Google phone (G1) will be available for $179 with a two-year contract.

The slider phone looks nice. Slide the phone gently and a large keyboard appears, which can easily be used for typing instant messages and mails. The 3G phone (Third Generation) is quite affordable; however, there are two data/messaging plans that would be available at $35 with unlimited data and messaging and $25 with unlimited web and few messaging.

All in all, it is an excellent phone and users would love to browse features.

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