T-Mobile is ready to reveal its Android device, according to internetnews.com. In five days.
But all the company will say right now is, "Please come." The company has sent invitations for a Sept. 23 launch event in New York, where the device will debut. Neither T-Mobile nor Google representatives are revealing details about the device, but rumor has it that it could be quite the iPhone competitor.
One flashy demo showed a startup screen full of colorful icons for launching programs and Web services with the touch of a finger. A finger flick of the status bar brought up pending actions such as an appointment or unread e-mail.