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android_g1_b.jpgThose of you that cared little for the iPhone or even the BlackBerry Storm
but still want a highly desirable smartphone better look up now! The
potential Jesusphone killer G1 will be hitting UK streets on 30th
October.

The 3G phone will be available on two tariffs from T-Mobile
(which also carries the phone in the US). The Combi 35 comes with 800
minutes and unlimited texts while Flext 40 has up
to 1,250 minutes or up to 2,500 texts or a mix of the two. Both tariffs
offer unlimited internet surfing using HSDPA/HSUPA (w00t!) Both tariffs
will set you back £40 per month.

Manufacturered by HTC,
the phone comes with a 3.2-megapixel camera, a 3.2-inch touchscreen
display and the now-standard GPS. There is also a nice QWERTY keyboard. It weighs 158g, measures 117.7mm x 55.7mm x 26.5 mm.

The
phone comes with five hours of talk time or 130 hours in standby mode
and is available in black or white. So far 25,000 people in the UK have
registered their interest in the Googlephone with T-Mobile.

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