All nice industrial revolutions have had a small begin. For Android, it was the HTC Dream — People realize it because the T-Cellular G1. After the historic acquisition of Android by Google, the duty of constructing a smartphone to compete with the likes of Symbian and iPhone OS started. Amongst all of the members within the Open Handset Alliance fashioned, HTC emerged because the front-runner. The outcome was HTC Dream, the first-ever Android smartphone, which got here to the US bearing the title T-Cellular G1 in October 2008.
Regardless of beginning a brand new revolution of Android, the HTC Dream was removed from excellent when it got here to design. It was nowhere as smooth as its friends of the time, together with the iPhone 3G and BlackBerry Daring 9000. Nevertheless, it confirmed its prowess as a contemporary and distinctive cellphone with a 3.2-inch touchscreen, which might slide horizontally to present entry to a full QWERTY keyboard beneath it. In contrast to fashionable smartphones, the touchscreen of the HTC Dream had no in-built keyboard. So, for typing, the QWERTY keyboard was the one choice.
Under the touchscreen have been 5 bodily buttons in HTC Dream — one every for answering a name, dropping a name, residence, again, and menu. This smartphone premiered category-best options like a notification drawer and Android Marketplace for third-party apps (now generally known as Google Play Retailer). Operating on Android Model 1.0 and a detachable 1,150mAh battery, this smartphone was powered by a Qualcomm MSM7201A SoC processor. It acquired 192MB of RAM, an inner storage of 256MB (expandable as much as 16GB), and a 3.15MP rear digicam.