Well, it looks like the carrier may also be the first to introduce a “home phone” and a “tablet computer” (with a 7-inch display), both of which will be based on Google’s Android platform.
According to The New York Times, T-Mobile intends to launch said products sometime in early 2010.
The Android home phone should come with an additional device “that handles data synchronization as it recharges the phone’s battery”.
Unfortunately, further details about this are missing. Even more, T-Mobile spokesman Peter Dobrow refused to comment on the matter.
However, until an Android home phone and an Android tablet PC get to see the light of day, we should expect T-Mobile to release the G2 aka HTC Magic. Hopefully, the successor of G1 will come before the end of 2009.
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