FCC Greenlights First Android Phone (HTC Dream)
The only thing holding back the launch of the first Android-powered phone, the HTC Dream, was approval from the Federal Communications Commission. That approval has now come through, and T-Mobile can launch the phone. The filing asks for a November 10 release date, but (as Matt Marshall at VentureBeat points out) T-Mobile could launch it earlier.
This means that Android will be on track to debut before the holiday shopping season. The device is expected to have a touch screen, WiFi, a Ã¢â‚¬Å“jogballÃ¢â‚¬Â (like on a Blackberry), a full Web browser based on the same WebKit as Safari on the iPhone, and Google apps like Gmail, Maps, and YouTube. It should be fab.
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