T-Mobile Android Phone by End of Year!


Not only have they committed to launching ONE Android phone by the end of the year but perhaps a whole line!

In a CNN Money article, VP of T-Mobile’s Broadband and New Business Unit commented on Android: “I’m impressed,” he said. “We will have more than one product…(The move to an open platform) will be innovation across the board, not just one device.”

Clearly… Android is going to become an overnight sensation. Because if T-Mobile unleashes an avalanche of Android devices than the other OHA competitors will respond… if they haven’t already unleashed their own. There WILL be amazing Android Apps out their thanks to the growing legion of Android developers and Verizon and AT&T will swiftly release Android Apps of their own to prevent the floodgates from opening.

Regardless… it looks like it will be an Android Christmas for many, many folks… but definitely T-Mobile customers.

Meanwhile, the folks behind WinMo and Blackberry could be seen shuddering in fear. Even Nedim Fresko, director of strategic platform initiatives at Blackberry maker Research in Motion, predicted T- Mobile’s release would be a “wake-up call for innovation.” In other words… he read the news and threw up in his own mouth a little bit. 

Android will be the real deal, the big time, the song and dance. They’ve talked the talk and are starting to walk the walk and slowly but surely more people are joining in. And not joining as in signing a piece of paper that says you’re in the OHA… but as in when Forrest Gump starts running by himself and he is just a weirdo running but then a few others join and pretty soon there are like a billion people running with him and he’s a running icon…

Okay… Okay… maybe we took a bit too far. But you get the point.

Rob Jackson
I'm an Android and Tech lover, but first and foremost I consider myself a creative thinker and entrepreneurial spirit with a passion for ideas of all sizes. I'm a sports lover who cheers for the Orange (College), Ravens (NFL), (Orioles), and Yankees (long story). I live in Baltimore and wear it on my sleeve, with an Under Armour logo. I also love traveling... where do you want to go?

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  1. So is it Sprint or T-Mobile as the article on your site in May says Android will first come on Sprint?

  2. While I like competition, Android worries me to some extent because of a lack of control over the apps. While I don’ t really like Apple’s idea of a “blacklist” to remove only “harmful” apps (I keep waiting for Netshare to disappear off my phone…), does anyone review Android software prior to it being released to the public? If not, how do you prevent malware, however defined, from being sent out over Android and ruining the platform?

    I haven’t seen any repository of “acceptable” apps, and I don’t think Google wants the job.

    If I was a terrorist, a cyber criminal, or just a hacker, the thought of making an app do two things while only advertised to do one would be hard to resist if there is nobody reviewing the apps or what they do…

    Am I concerned over nothing?

  3. The lack of control over the apps is the weak points of this phone, which may reduce its market share without improvement.

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