T-Mobile States CupCake Coming to the G1 in April - Any Android Engineer Confirmation?

by James Clements » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 03:03:05 GMT

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 NOTE !!


that is says  " Cupcake Features"  Not  "Cupcake"  which would imply the
entire roadmap ...

some feature mentioned as posible were ...

The features of this update would include:

   - Onscreen Keyboard
   - Video Recording
   - Voice Recorder
   - Stereo Bluetooth


T-Mobile States CupCake Coming to the G1 in April - Any Android Engineer Confirmation?

by David Turner » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 04:28:00 GMT


I'm sorry, but no Android Engineer is going to confirm any ETA given by a
member of the OHA (or not).
And it's not like T-Mobile tells us everything they plan regarding updates
and deployements :-)


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