A report from UK’s Telegraph tells us that Google will launch its first mobile phone venture well before Christmas, in line with earlier rumors.
This, of course, pertains to Google’s release of the highly-awaited Android-powered smartphone, which we’ve all seen and now know to be the Taiwan-manufactured HTC Dream.
The HTC Dream could be launched as early as November as an exclusive for T-Mobile UK and will support the fast 3G networks there. It should be interesting considering it will be the very first handset running Google’s open-source Android operating system.
At this point, we still don’t know what the handset’s price will be. But we do know that with Android, it should be significantly less expensive than other feature-packed smartphones.
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