by Joe Levi | July 25, 2013 7:36 AM
With such under-powered specifications, some might think the G1 has no use by today's standards, other than as a nostalgic reminder of yesteryear. Fortunately, Android is more resilient than that. Here are some things that you can -- and can't -- do with your old HTC Dream -- evidence that Android fragmentation doesn't really matter. The HTC Dream, also sold by T-Mobile as the T-Mobile G1, was made available in the United States on October 22, 2008, but sales were limited to areas in which 3G data was available. T-Mobile lifted that restriction and made it generally available on January ...
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