Everyone who knows anything about Android knows that the big unveiling of the T-Mobile G1 and Android will happen tomorrow in New York City at 10:30 AM (EST). So what happens when a huge, highly anticipated event that will surely capture all the media's attention is scheduled? Leaks galore!
Engadget has uncovered what looks like the first official product shots of the T-Mobile G1 and though that 'chin' is still apparent, it looks A LOT better in black. From the product shots we can see that the whole Google Universe will be accessible via Android: Google Maps, Gmail, Gcal, and Youtube all get prominent icons. In a couple hours, we'll officially see what Android is all about.
After the jump, the rest of the product shots!
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