After reporting about T-Mobiles apparent gaffe in posting the Android device on their website, we have found more pictures on a very finished-looking T-Mobile G1 [Via Utterli]. It looks very much like something that HTC would build and the "real world" use seems great. Comparing it to the guy's hand, it doesn't look too thick, too wide, or too long.
On this particular phone, it doesn't seem to have any particular branding which is understandable because this is likely a prototype unit. The spy who managed to capture these pictures believes that the this is being used as a primary phone so it must mean that Android is pretty much done. Though we can't figure anything out from the glare of the screen, I'm pretty satisfied with this "real world" tease.
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