Official layout of T-Mobile’s android powered phone surfaces

Only some days ago, we told you about T-Mobile’s android powered HTC Dream got approved by FCC and this time there is official mockup of the phone displaying an all-angles view of the upcoming device. The phone which is slimmer than iPhone 3G, is not much different from already released prototype drawings. Only way in which it differs from prototype is that there is a slight curvature at the bottom of the device.

The layout also pinpoints the final design of the five-row QWERTY keyboard with nicely spaced keys, as well as both the “home” button and “menu” button alongside the trackball at the bottom. An important revelation of the design is that both Android OS logo as well as a “with Google” logo are prominently placed on the back of the device.

via – slashphone

Author: Stasys Bielinis

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  • http://www.vulinks.com Paul

    Why Why Why do HTC insist on putting a qwerty keypad on phones the reason on having a 3.5″ screen negates the need for a keyboard & with the keyboard the phone is getting the size of nokia bricks.

  • shivams18

    same pinch…..Paul

  • shivams18

    same pinch…..Paul