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Google selling unlocked T-Mobile G1 as Android Dev 1


Product Launch by Michael Oryl on Saturday December 06, 2008.

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Developers and other interested parties located outside of the USA and UK can now get their hands on what is, effectively, an unlocked T-Mobile G1 - direct from Google. Google is now selling what it calls the Android Dev 1, an HTC Dream based device that has neither SIM lock nor bootloader lock, which means that not only can it be used with any SIM card, but it can be used with custom builds of the Android OS as well.

The device is available to registered Google Android Developers for US$399, the same price that the T-Mobile G1 is supposed to be available for without a contract. Becoming an official Android developer costs $25 but it otherwise open to all.

The phone itself can be ordered by people in the following countries: USA, UK, Germany, Japan, India, Canada, France, Taiwan, Spain, Australia, Singapore, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Poland, and Hungary. Its features the exact same specs as the T-Mobile G1, but has a received some new graphics on its rear cover. [via AndroidAuthority.com]

 

gerard @ 10:12:52PM EDT on Sunday May 24, 2009

i have the G1 and its great it even has a theme that makes it look like a iphone

ek @ 2:36:56AM EST on Wednesday February 17, 2010

Does this mean you can use this phone on boost mobile?

azhar @ 1:02:32PM EDT on Tuesday June 15, 2010

I have T mobile G 1 it was unlocked by someone for me. It is good, rather too good but some features i cant use in Pakistan and some I fear might not lock it again!!!!

Senthilkumar @ 7:36:04AM EDT on Wednesday July 28, 2010

Can someone assist me with the address of the show rooms where i can get the mobiles (In india)

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