Dream G2 Shows “Android” with Graffiti Text, Stylus Support (VIDEO)
We happened across a video this evening which shows the Dream G2 phone. You know, the one coming from China… The one that looks like it would end up more fantasy or nightmare. Well it looks like it’s a little more tangible than we expected.
Watch this 7 minute video and check out some features and software running with their version of Android that have yet to make their debut here in the US.Â We’re jealous of things like Google Reader, Notebook, and Docs.Â These are the perfect Google apps to bring out to show everyday folks the type of services available on an Android handset.
One thing we’re not too jealous of is the use of a stylus.Â Yeah, graffiti input is nice and all, but didn’t we just put our stylus back in the box in 2008?Â Obviously there’s need for some additional help for typing since the handset lacks a physical keyboard.
The Dream G2 does seem to be responsive and quite fast as well.Â We’d like to know a little bit more about their version of Android in terms of legitimacy.
Did anyone catch the Android charger?Â Man, how bad do we want one of those!
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