With the official T-Mobile Android Event less than a day away, we have some more leaked specs from the good guys at TmoNews. And well, there is some good news, some bad news, and some rather interesting news, to say the least.

It looks like the official size will be 4.6 x 2.16 x 0.63 inches and it'll weigh in at 5.6 ounces with a 480x320 HVGA screen. Talk time is 5 hours, standby time 130 hours. 3.1 megapixel camera, 3G, GPS, WiFi, and expandable memory up to 8 gb. There will also be 'one click' Google Search and obviously easy access to all of Google's Applications: Google Maps, Gmail, Youtube, Calendar, and Google Talk (which is surprising considering earlier reports).

So what's the bad news? It won't have stereo bluetooth or video capture. It looks like it'll come with a required data plan, won't work with prepay accounts, and requires a Gmail account with no corporate account option. And finally, in the strangest news, the T-Mobile G1 will be available in stores within T-Mobile's 3G network, meaning those outside of T-Mobile's 3G Network (the entire United States?) will have to order through T-Mobile.com.

Hopefully at tomorrow's event the good news stays good and the bad news get better. We don't have to wait too long!