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T-Mobile’s Winter Preview

This evening the MIR Show team are off to the T-Mobile Winter Preview. The Jewel in the Crown of tonight’s event is most definitely the Google Phone — the T-Mobile / HTC G1.

It will be excellent to get hands on with that and see what we think about it. Depending on the experience tonight, we’ll try and get a preview video up online tomorrow morning (with the full perspective included on Monday).

Despite a degree of excitement at being able to behold the HTC — I’m looking forward to seeing what else T-Mobile has up its sleeve. For example, there have been many hints about a Broadband Modem WiFi Router.

Bring it on.

9 COMMENTS

  1. I can't help being underwhelmed by the G1 – had it come out a year earlier well maybe. You know the camera is going to be bobbins as all HTC cameras are useless. Also its the first and certainly wont be the greatest GooglePhone. which reminds me I must cancel my t-mobile account as it expires this month.

    mac

  2. last time i looked they wanted me to PAY £80 to get an N95 classic! erm thats what i already have!!!
    their upgrades are useless and expensive. now everyone has inclusive data packages t-mobile have lost their edge.

  3. I can't help being underwhelmed by the G1 – had it come out a year earlier well maybe. You know the camera is going to be bobbins as all HTC cameras are useless. Also its the first and certainly wont be the greatest GooglePhone. which reminds me I must cancel my t-mobile account as it expires this month.

    mac

  4. I can't help being underwhelmed by the G1 – had it come out a year earlier well maybe. You know the camera is going to be bobbins as all HTC cameras are useless. Also its the first and certainly wont be the greatest GooglePhone. which reminds me I must cancel my t-mobile account as it expires this month.

    mac

  5. last time i looked they wanted me to PAY £80 to get an N95 classic! erm thats what i already have!!!
    their upgrades are useless and expensive. now everyone has inclusive data packages t-mobile have lost their edge.

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