T-Mobile Released the first Android-powered Phone G1

The first Android-powered phone, announced today by T-mobile, comes ‘with Google’. The following Google applications are preloaded on the device: Search, Maps, Gmail with Contacts, Calendar, Google Talk, and Youtube. There are a few things I’m particularly excited about:

  • Easy to use. It’s never been easier to use Google on your phone. With single sign-in, you can log in to your Google account and have instant access to all your favorite Google products. No messing around with settings, your login never expires, and everything just works. If you don’t have a Google account yet, you can set one up on your phone and be up and running in seconds.
  • Fully synchronized. Your emails, contacts, calendar entries, Google Talk chats are fully synchronized with Gmail and Calendar on the web. new events are pushed in real-time to your phone and any changes you make on-the-go are immediately available on the web. If you ever lose or break your phone, all your data is safe and secure in the cloud.
  • Designed to work together. Search is now available as a feature in many applications, including non-Google ones, such as the Music player. While you’re listening to a song — like something from Depeche Mode — just ‘long-press’ the artist’s name. You’ll see a menu pop up that let’s you search Google for the Depeche Mode Wikipedia entry, or search YouTube for the music video. The contact application lets you see your friend’s IM status, view his address on a map, and communicate with him using Gmail or Google Talk. And, of course, you can call or text him as well.

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Lets see who is king Google or Apple!

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