Google Android is a state-of-the-art smartphone, which is compatible with T-Mobile wireless service. However, the Google Android is much more than a phone for talking.
Google Android features a keyboard as well as five buttons. The buttons are located near the bottom of the face. The buttons are easy to recognize and are for call, home, back, power/end, and menu. By pressing the menu button, your popup menu will appear in the current application on the phone’s full color screen. The keyboard makes texting and Internet access much easier.
The trackball moves easily and clicks down solidly. The bright, full-color screen makes text easy to read. When fully charged, the battery lasts about a whole day. The device is also ready for Wi-Fi when you have access through a hot spot. In locations with 3G access, the device is said to have fast connection speeds.
Other features include a camera, which has autofocus. The device also has a global positioning system (GPS), which must be switched on manually. By using GPS you can quickly access Google maps.
The G1 browser powers both Safari and Safari Mobile for quick Internet access. The device can also be used to play music. Like other smartphones, the Google Android can be used for a variety of things, so a lot of things are rolled into this small package, which has an attractive body, which is grip friendly, so it won’t be easily dropped.
The phone retails for about $179, which is a reasonable price for a smartphone. A variety of accessories are available for the Google Android. Accessories include car chargers, cases, Bluetooth accessories, cases, and rapid chargers. The accessories can be purchased from T-Mobile or from cellular accessory providers or retail stores. In the world of smartphones, Android Google is expected to be popular among consumers.