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T-Mobile G1 - Mobile Review Part 2/2
Okay another cool application on Google obviously since it offers all Google’s services, Google maps. So we click on the map icon here. Fix your right to the map program, just pretty cool here and you click this menu icon; it gives you options I need to search. Get directions, you can clear the map. At my location, you can get an approximate of where you are based on the cell towers. You can change the map mode. You click more here and clears your History, allows to zoom in and gets in about.
This also works with GPS, also as well if you click my location I’ll use a GPS site of it which we have to turn the GPS on in the settings. So if we want to change to map mode you get, map view, satellite view, traffic and street view so if you click on the satellite view, you’ll get the real world terrain instead which is cool but you definitely going to need a 3G connection for the speed because it has a lot of detailed obviously its got to show. So if you do not have a 3G connection I will just use the standard mode. So if you go back to map mode here, click on street of view, you can see a true view if you scroll around and you click the ball anywhere you go, lets say 52 summer street and you click here, at your street view, you can use the scroll ball to look around and if you want to go to the next street up or down, just click the arrow and it goes to that direction. You can also use your finger to scroll along the ground as well, so definitely pretty cool.
And you just go back here and they got back here one more and don’t worry you are running a lot of application it wants. You don’t hold to six applications and I fill home button down, it will show you the latest six applications that you used and the 7th application that you launch when this application will close out automatically in the back end.
So but it does run really snappy to say it has about a 528-megahertz processor inside of it. Okay. Next thing we’re going to show you here is the browser and the browser pop upped here and it is on the Google homepage by default. So let’s try a different website to go to. Just click menu here and you can go to URL and we’ll go BWOne.com. Off course.
The full HTML browser I want to say it’s as good as the iPhone browser. So far it’s still kind of one of the best browsers out there from mobile phone and I will say it’s a little bit, just a little bit better than the Opera mini browser. So it falls somewhere between there and also it’s up there with the Skyfire browser but it’s leap and beyond, well far ahead of the Internet Explorer browser the kinds build into Windows Mobile. So this is definitely a good browser and you can scroll down here with your finger and you get a nice high resolution, and you click to the little icon here, you can zoom in and zoom out, you can get the sort of a 35th view here. Go back to the menu and you click window. Actually like a tab feature here you can have another tab to go through another website which is pretty cool. So that’s your browser for you.
So overall the T- Mobile G1 is a very good phone it’s very much of any much Internet-centric device so if you definitely want the Internet anyway you go, this is definitely the device to go with, basically from mobile computing especially if you use a lot of Gmail. If you’re into Google and you’re using Gmail calendar, using Gmail contacts, all of that’s going to sync wirelessly with this device and it’s just going to be the greatest thing going for you and since you already into Google atmosphere there.
The only drawbacks, I would say that it does have a short battery life on it, I would just count that to a very high resolution and crisp screen and also with this 3G does take or 3G and WiFi will take some battery life in effect. And it don’t have the greatest 3G coverage. It’s definitely building up T-Mobiles building of the 3G coverage a lot better. But it’s definitely not there as sort of have Verizon and the Sprint have their 3G coverage.
And only other thing I would say is, it’s just that you can only use this as a headphone port. I think it is just ridiculous and it should have its own 3.5-millimeter jack. Other than that this is a solid advice and with the very solid platform definitely in its emphasis it’s going to fill a little young, a little like new and it doesn’t have a whole lot with the judge yet but it’s going to grow, it’s going to get big and the more devices and more carriers that do, carry this, try to carry the Android platform, it is definitely going to become one of the biggest platforms out there.
So this is Bowman from BWone.com giving you my T-Mobile G1 Review and reminding you live your tech world in high definition.