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5/28/2008
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HTC's Android Phone Shown Off At Google Conference

Google's I/O developer conference in San Francisco has marked the unofficial debut of HTC's upcoming Android-powered smartphone, the Dream. Here's a video sneak-peek.

Google's I/O developer conference in San Francisco has marked the unofficial debut of HTC's upcoming Android-powered smartphone, the Dream. Here's a video sneak-peek.The video comes courtesy of PHONE Magazine. What you'll see is the Dream, a touch-screen device that has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It also has an accelerometer packed inside for interacting with certain applications. I highly encourage you to visit PHONE Mag to see its pictures of the user interface.

Check out the demo:

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