By Adam Z. Lein | October 27, 2008 10:48 AM
As many of you may know, T-Mobile was the first carrier in the USA to release HTC’s first phone (the HTC Wallaby) which was also the first full touch screen smart phone available in North America. It was running Windows Mobile, then known as Pocket PC Phone Edition and, at the time, was the most powerful smartphone around. That was six years ago.
Today, T-Mobile has released HTC’s first phone that does not run Windows Mobile. The G1 run’s Google’s first attempt at a smartphone operating system called Android. Stay tuned as we cover this new entry into the smartphone market in detail.
Meanwhile, the box looks nice.