Cellhut Carries G1, Pledges Full Android Support
Cellhut, a popular place for picking up unlocked handsets since 1996, has committed to carrying to carrying Android handsets. After carrying Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, Apple and more, they’ve decided to offer mobile devices running the fledgling OS.
They are currently offering the T-Mobile G1 for $499.Â Considering that’s $100 more than what you’d pay T-Mobile for one, we see nothing special about it.Â Also, keep in mind that the Developer Phone is also available for $425 from Google.
EDITOR NOTE: I made the proper adjustments to the article and emailed the author who attributed the errors to late nights.Â Sorry for the confusion.
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