Amidst all of the hoopla of the Android Event we may have missed a couple of good nuggets about the T-Mobile G1 and Android in general. Luckily, Ryan Block has filled us in with a couple of good ones. Namely, the T-Mobile G1 will support microSDHC meaning there is no cap at 4GB, when bigger cards become available your G1 will be able to take advantage of the extra leg room. Also, the WebKit-based browser is not exactly Chrome or Chrome Mobile or Chrome On-the-Go but chooses to avoid the Chrome moniker, for now. Andy Rubin says it can be thought of as Chrome Light. But then again, that's not an official name.
It's an exciting time for the T-Mobile G1 and we'll be sure to keep you updated with as many interesting nuggets in the upcoming weeks. Stay tuned!
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