Google Phone

Google Mobile Phone is Coming

Google has been lobbying the U.S. Goverment for changes in wireless policy. While it did not achieve as much as it wanted in the planning for the upcoming 700 Mhz spectrum auction in January, it did push for the fact that consumers in the U.S. can buy any phone and use it on any carrier in the future. Meaning that when the Gphone does drop, most likely you’ll be able to use it on any carrier you please. The Gphone will most likely be 3G as well, which means video conferencing. Yea.. you can’t do that with the iPhone. For you iPhone users though, would this be enough to make you switch?

The Observer of London is reporting that Google might be working with HTC and mobile/telecom giant Orange to build a Google Mobile Phone, which could possibly have Google software inside the device, and would be able to do many of the web tasks smartly.
The device, article speculates, could go on sale in 2008. (Of course, we would all have forgotten by then,, if it doesn’t happen). Orange and Google, both declined to comment.

Their plans centre on a branded Google phone, which would probably also carry Orange’s logo. The device would not be revolutionary: manufactured by HTC, a Taiwanese firm specialising in smart phones and Personal Data Assistants (PDAs), it might have a screen similar to a video iPod. But it would have built-in Google software which would dramatically improve on the slow and cumbersome experience of surfing the web from a mobile handset.

3 Responses to “ Google Phone ”

  1. When I come to think of it, a lot of teens these days love to change phones every now and then. I wonder where did they get the money from. lol


  2. Video conferencing gave us a way to handle business meetings more efficiently*~-


  3. video conferencing is one of the nice stuffs that we enjoy because of high speed internet`;.


Leave a Reply

Comments will be moderated due to our Comment Policy.

You can use these XHTML tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <blockquote cite=""> <code> <em> <strong>