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T-Mobile G1 manual leaks out

T-Mobile G1 manual has been leaked, ahead of the G1's launch.

It's going to be a few weeks yet until your unwashed hands are touching an actual G1, so how'd you like some reading material to pass the days in the meantime? T-Mobile has trotted out its first Android phone's user's manual -- probably not on purpose, if we had to guess -- and there are some interesting little morsels in there that'd be even more interesting if you actually had the phone in front of you. For example, did you know the G1 had a status light? Don't see those too often these days. You've also got a full rundown of the notification icons, apps (including the Android flavor of T-Mobile's myFaves app), and -- get this -- procedure for battery removal. Fancy that!

I've had a look at the PDF file and it covered all aspects of the phone. Something for you to learn how this phone works while waiting for the G1 to land on your doormat.

I still can't get over with the oddness of the phone design/style. But if it does the job, then so be it.

In case T-Mobile pulled the PDF file, I have attached it with this post.

Attached File  tm30235.pdf   3.07MB   514 downloads

Do you think the G1 is still a hype or will it be big?

[Via: Engadget Mobile]

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;) Read page 33 of the manual where it talks about "caring for your phone", that section just made me laugh

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