Cupcake coming for the T-Mobile G1, which also happens to be one sale

By: Shawn March 11th, 2009
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With a slew of T-Mobile G1 news coming in, and a wee bit of speculation over G2 announcements, today has been a big day for the T-Mobile Android G series. The news coming hot of the presses is revolving around an official announcement about the T-Mobile G1 Cupcake update coming in April 2009. A spokesperson for T-Mobile apparently stated that “We will be offering G1 users the firmware update sometime in April.”

Exciting news for sure, but when is the last time T-Mobile announced a big update in a quick little sentence such as that. What will the Cupcake update include, you ask? Well according to TalkAndroid, the update will include:

 

  • Onscreen keyboard
  • Video recording
  • Voice recording
  • Ability to save MMS attachments
  • Stereo Bluetooth
Engadget via TalkAndroid via Pocket-lint [Read]
Are you as excited about all these new features for the T-Mobile G1 as we are? Of course you are. If you have been considering picking up a G1 but have been a bit turned off by the price, our friends over at IntoMobile may have saved your day. Amazon.com is selling the T-Mobile G1, the first Android phone in the world, for $97.99. Of course we’re hoping they are trying to sell through G1 stock in anticipation of a G2 release coming down the pipes soon. Speaking of the T-Mobile G2…
Boy Genius Report just published some nice speculation that T-Mobile will be announcing their 2nd Android device, the G2, at CTIA. We’re not going to throw our guesses into the mess until we have some more solid information, but April doesn’t sound like a bad release frame in the least. Head on over to BGR to check out the article, and stay tuned to CPS for more T-Mobile news!
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