HTC Sciphone Dream Android G2 Specs and Features

by on June 25, 2009

Your mobile dreams are about to come true… The Sciphone Dream G2 is the first Android interface-style phone to the market. HTC Dream was the 1st Google phone now meet G2 by Sciphone. Though named as the Dream G2, it is not the official successor of HTC’s G1 Dream.


You can expect the phone to have an exceptional list of features and specs to illustrate the power of Android, Google’s new open source mobile operating system. reports that the UI is pretty much the same, although some stock apps have been replaced with custom Messaging, Media and Google Mobile apps.

With fast 2.75G EDGE wireless technologies, , support for Google features like Google Mobile, Dream G2 puts even more features at your fingertips. And it combines three products in one — a revolutionary phone, a mobile PC, and a breakthrough Internet device. It redefines what a mobile phone can do — again.

It also supports Java MIDP 2.0 apps. On the hardware side, it has a 2.8″, 320×240 res, 262K TFT screen, EDGE(no 3G), 4 MP camera with auto-focus, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, AVRCP support and FM radio.

Its complete features are as following:

1. Bands/ Modes: GSM850/1800/1900MHz or GSM900/1800/1900MHz, GPRS/EDGE
2. Size: 56 x 107.2 x 11.8mm
3. Weight: 110 g
4. Screen: 2.8″ QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT display, 262K colors
5. Battery: 1500 mhA
6. Talk Time: Up to approximately 250-450 mins.
7. Standby Time: Up to approximately 200-300 hrs
8. Camera: 4MP with auto-focus
9. Internal Memory : Up to 50 MB
10. External Memory : Up to 16GB supported
11. Bluetooth: v.2.0 EDR with A2DP, AVRCP, GAVDP, object push, file transfer.
12. Wi-Fi: Integrated wireless LAN (802.11)
13. USB2.0: USB 2.0 via Mini USB interface and mass storage class support to support drag and drop functionality.
14. Support Java MIDP 2.0, Over-the-air download of Java-based applications and games, Built-in Android applications, Built-in games
15. Google Mobile app : Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google SMS, GOOG-411, Blogger, Google Calendar, Picasa Web Albums, Google Notebook, Google Reader, Google Docs, Google News, iGoogle.

Unfortunately for the “engineers” at Sciphone, the Dream G2 doesn’t sport a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The Android OS doesn’t support any on-screen, virtual keyboards, which should make for some fun times when you’re trying to input text numbers anything on your Dream G2. And it also is an another half-baked smart phone from China.

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