A vez da Google operar os mobiles

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Todos já sabemos do enorme sucesso do iPhone, seus aplicativos, jogos e vários recursos que o faz a sensação no segmento de smartphones. A Google que não é tonta nem nada, percebeu uma grande oportunidade de mercado deixado pelo aparelho da Apple (que permite operar seu SO apenas no hardware da empresa) e se aventurou nessa categoria.

Foi anunciado hoje o lançamento do primeiro smartphone com o sistema operacional da Google, o Android. Vamos conferir seu funcionamento:
· Intuitive user interface and hinged touch screen that slides open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard
· Convenient trackball for one-handed navigation
· Three color options in the U.S. – white, brown and black
· One-click contextual search to instantly find relevant information with a touch of a finger
· Full HTML Web browser and zoom function that expands any page section by simply tapping on the screen
· One-touch access to popular Google applications including Google Maps Street View, Gmail, YouTube and others
· Google Maps provides map information, satellite imagery, local business info and driving directions as well as MyLocation to let users know where they are; Google Maps Street View syncs with the built-in compass on the phone – an industry first – to allow users to view locations and navigate 360 degrees by simply moving the phone with their hand
· Google Maps Street View for virtual street-level exploration while on the go
· Rich HTML email client, which seamlessly syncs e-mail from most other POP3 or IMAP mail services, including Gmail; displays photos and graphics right along with the text
· A beta version of Android Market for access to new, innovative software applications to personalize your device to fit your life from games, music and on-the-go shopping
· At-Launch Applications:
o ShopSavvy: designed to help people do comparative shopping
o Ecorio: developed to help people keep track of their daily travels and view what their carbon footprint looks like
o BreadCrumbz: enables people to create a step-by-step visual map using photos; customers can create their own routes, share them with friends or with the world
o Amazon MP3 Store (pre-installed on device): enables people to search DRM-free, full-track MP3 music and download that music from Amazon directly to their device using a Wi-Fi connection
· Built-in support for T-Mobile’s 3G (HSDPA) and EDGE network as well as Wi-Fi; T-Mobile G1 will seamlessly transfer between 3G and accessible Wi-Fi networks including T-Mobile HotSpot locations worldwide
· Built-in support for YouTube allows customers to enjoy the website’s originally-created content, easily navigate through YouTube’s familiar video browsing categories or search for specific videos
· Built-in instant messaging client with support for Google Talk, AOL, Windows Live Messenger and Yahoo! Messenger
· Support for advanced text messaging features to easily flag, delete or move groups of messages and keep track of group conversations through threaded text messaging
· 3-megapixel camera with photo-sharing capabilities
· Music player supports MP3, M4A (iTunes AAC, DRM-free), AMR, WMA, MIDI, WAV, OGG Vorbis
· Pre-installed 1 GB Micro SD memory card that can hold approximately 500 songs (device supports up to an 8GB memory card)
· 11 pre-loaded songs including tracks from The Helio Sequence, Kinski and Flight of the Conchords
· Bluetooth-enabled
· myFaves-enabled
· GPS capabilities
· Voice recognition, voice dialing and speakerphone
· GSM/GPRS/EDGE/Wi-Fi and UMTS/HSDPA
· 850/900/1700/1800/1900/2100Mhz
· Up to 130 hours standby, up to 5 hours talk time
· Dimensions: 4.60” x 2.16” x 0.62”; Weight: 5.6 ounces; Display: 3.17 inches
O primeiro aparelho a levar essa tecnologia é o HTC Dream. O preço estimado de vendas é de 199,00 dólares o mesmo que o iPhone nos EUA.
Mesmo muitos criticando o aparelho, a plataforma móvel da empresa é de impressionar. Tal qual acontece com seu maior concorrente, o software apresenta muitas possibilidades e recursos, tais como:

Fonte: iclarifield

PS: Os features foram realmente copiado e colado, por isso não ficou muito bom!

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