If you’ve been waiting for Google’s entry into mobile operating systems and can’t wait to get your hands on the open-source OS Android, which will apparently be powering the HTC Dream, the first phone to feature the OS, well, your wait may finally be over. If the Telegraph is to be believed, the HTC Dream loaded with Android will be available in the UK through T-Mobile.
According to the report, the phone will be launched somewhere in November and supposedly, there are plans for a ‘high street launch’.
We already know that the HTC Dream features are slide-out keypad. Couple it with Android at the core and Google’s resources that have gone into it’s making and we might just have a phone that could take on the iPhone. The Android SDK was opened up last month.
Is it worth to putting your purchases on hold?