We have all likely heard about Google Android but for the first time, we will now be able to get our hands on applications that are specifically designed for Android. A La Mobile is the name of the company who has made "Google mobile history" and I can’t think of a better company name to bring us this super-sweet first.
At the moment, the applications will be available for the HTC Qtek 9090. Coincidentally, I sent an e-mail off to HTC PR about a month ago asking to get my hands on one of these powerful gadgets and never heard back. Not sure if I had the right address. So HTC PR — drop me a line if you are reading.
As you might imagine I am thrilled at the prospect of seeing a Google Phone prototype in action.
According to The USA Today the device will have a Google browser, camera, games and more. The challenge for A La Mobile may just be that these are the things I have in my phone already. Well not a Google browser but I am assuming the Mobile edition of Internet Explorer is about as good as a Google browser.
Of course I could be way off base here but on paper (do we need to replace this phrase in the English language with "on LCD?") the specs seem unremarkable at best.
I guess the challenge just may be that Google apps are already mobile in nature. How does the Google Phone one-up the Google applications which already run on mobile devices? As always — time will tell and I am excited about getting my hands on one of these prototypes. So A La Moble and/or HTC — can you send me one of these Android Phones? Pretty please with a cherry on top.