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There it is, the first smartphone available from a major carrier with a free and open-source operating system. Ain’t it pretty? That is Android Linux. On your phone. Hot.
The launch is not until tomorrow at 10:30 EDT, but Engadget already found the picture above. You can follow the launch at T-Mobile’s special site for the G1.
So does this mean Linux is ready for the pocket, even if some people think it is not quite ready for the desktop? Seems so.
Meet the T-Mobile G1 | Engadget