Unboxing T-Mobile's G1, the first Google phone

Unboxing T-Mobile's G1, the first Google phone

Date: Nov 17, 2008

Watch as SearchMobileComputing.com unboxes T-Mobile's G1, the first phone powered by Google's Android operating system.

We'll take a look at many of the G1's exciting features, and show you some of the many tricks up Android's sleeves, such as the powerful application platform, the Google app store, and the built-in multimedia functionality.

You'll also see first hand how its browser measures up, how it handles GPS mapping and Google StreetView, and all the supplementary materials that come with the G1 right out of the box.

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