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Android flagship spotted using AT&T
(Updated with name, T-Mobile tip) The rumored Google-branded Android phone may already be in the hands of Google staff based on multiple reports. Twitter updates from Google Program Director Leslie Hawthorn as well as those in contact with Google employees, such as Great White Snark's founder and CNET's Jason Howell all report "tons" of "Google phones" having arrived at the search giant's campus on Friday. The phone is described as an HTC-branded, touchscreen-only device that would run Android 2.1 and run on GSM networks; the phone given to developers is unlocked and known to run on AT&T, though whether it's specifically intended for that carrier isn't known.
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