The first Android smartphone launched exactly 7 years ago HTC Dream

Did you know:  It’s seven years since the launch of the first Android phone: the T-Mobile G1, aka the HTC Dream, and Google is celebrating the occasion by releasing a few new wallpapers that you can use to freshen up your home screen.

We remember counting down the days until the launch of the first Android phone as expectations about the first phone with the new Android operating system were high. And while it was not all that big in terms of specs or features, it did come with a cool slide-out full QWERTY keyboard, a neat trackpad, and of course the fully operation Android operating system. Did you know that back then Android did not even support a virtual, on-screen keyboard officially?

T-Mobile G1 is the first phone to run on Google’s Android operating system. It is a side-slider with QWERTY and large touch-sensitive display. Features include 3-megapixel camera, microSD slot, Internet Browser and Email.

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Source: Phonearena and PhoneDog



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