“Available in all stores within 3G boundary area, regardless of whether or not store is in a 3G dead spot. Available in some locations directly outside of the 3G boundary area due to the fact that some customers who live in the 3G boundary area shop within a 2 – 5 mile radius and the store they would go to is outside of the 3G boundary area.
For those stores not in 3G markets, a demo unit and merchandising will be in store so rep can show customer what the experience on G1 is like on the 2G network. If customer is ok with experience, Rep can help them purchase a device on T-Mobile.com” Looks like we called that one.
One-click Google search and easy access to all Google Applications – Quick and easy access to the Internet in one click. One touch access to Google applications:
Maps (including satellite, traffic and street views)
Size–4.6 x 2.16 x 0.63 in
Display–65K color screen, HVGA (480×320)
Talk Time–5 hours
Standby Time–130 hours
Expandable up to 8 gig memory…
No stereo bluetooth.
Gmail account required to sign in and use, no corporate access email available.
There is a required data plan associated with this device; it will not work without the data plan active, sorry no prepay.
GPS is confirmed. No video capture. 3.1 mp camera.
I’d like to thank everyone for ensuring this website got the pics first, but seriously…we’re all on the same team. Sorry Engadget, Gizmodo and Androidguys! Our readers are clearly just very very loyal! You guys like to ensure we get credit, I love it…but everyone wants the same thing so lets hold off on the credit war!
Update: I see the comment war is still going on, ENOUGH! Everyone is excited and this is great news that’s making everyone not think straight but Engadget has our utmost respect and admiration for being a leader in an industry we hope to craft our own small part in.