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It might not knock the iPhone off its throne, but the new Google-powered T-Mobile G1 could finally give the reigning "smart phone" some much-needed competition, ABC News reports. At a news conference Sept. 23, T-Mobile and Google executives unveiled the highly-anticipated phone and revealed that the HTC-manufactured G1 will go on sale on Oct. 22 for $179--$20 less than the Apple favorite. Die-hard iPhone fans might think that the G1 isn't as elegant or slick as their beloved smart phone. But, the G1's full-size keyboard and user-friendly interface could attract those who haven't yet embraced handheld computers. In size and
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