Turns out that the Bravo is not going to run Sense UI. Â On T-mobile’s description of the device in there streamline, it’s said to be running Eclair 2.1,. Â The Bravo is pretty much the Nexus One, with a more rubber-like-material on parts of the phone. Â As well as some hardware buttons. Â I got confirmation that I’ll have the device a month before it’s release, so many video’s will be posted on this site. Â Oh yeah, one other thing I forgot to mention. Â Bravo is hitting T-Mobile mid April, 2010. Â I’ll have the exact date in another two weeks. Again, I’ll post more as soon as I know more.
I have one other thing that i’ve been investigating. Â According to my source, T-Mobile is getting a small line of Android devices for the everyday users. Â T-Mobile and Google are working on a line of phones, thatÂ essentiallyÂ run Android, but is not at a smartphone level. Â A device with a simple user interface, that will attract the less geeky area of the Google’s customers. Â I don’t know much about it, but will soon. Â It seems like a good idea, that would help out Google’s marketingÂ strategy, which so far isn’t a good one.