Google announced today the official launch of the first smartphone equipped with an Android mobile operating system in Australia.
According to the company, the HTC Dream model, which has the same characteristics as the T-Mobile G1, will be launched in Australia by mobile operator Optus, making the country a pioneer in Oceania by offering a device with Android support.
Created by Google, the Android platform offers an integrated experience to Google products. With just one touch, you can access Google search, Google Maps Mobile, Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk and YouTube.
According to information from HTC, there is still no news about the arrival of the HTC Dream (or better known as T-Mobile G1) to Brazil.