T-Mobile UK claims cupcake in April

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  1. Darrenrichie

    Darrenrichie Member

    T-Mobile UK claims cupcake is coming to the G1 in April:

    This seems a bit too good to be true really. After the disappointment of the RC9 update why release this so close to it?

    Wish Google or T-Mobile would confirm something officially as this is becoming a joke.

    Anyone believing this or what? :confused:


  2. RozzaC

    RozzaC Well-Known Member

    As much as that would make sense...seeing as it would be in line with the HTC Magic....

    I'm not going to believe it until I see it....

    After all...a rumour is just a rumour until proven...
  3. walkerx

    walkerx Active Member

    also mentioned on g1 news website
  4. RozzaC

    RozzaC Well-Known Member

    What website is that?
  5. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

    Here is the link to the Full Cupcake ROADMAP ::

    But please be aware that this is a roadmap and not a delivery package...
    only bits and pieces of this roadmap will trickle out of google over a long period of time ...

    "cupcake" development branch ?(Android Open Source Project)?

    The latest announcement only covers a few items ..

    CUPCAKE Features OTA Maybe in April
    NOTE !!

    T-Mobile States Android Cupcake Update on the G1 in April | GAB

    that it says is : " Cupcake Features" Not "Cupcake" which would imply the entire roadmap ...

    some feature mentioned as posible were ...T-Mobile States Android Cupcake Update on the G1 in April | GAB

    The features of this update would include:
    Onscreen Keyboard
    Video Recording
    Voice Recorder
    Stereo Bluetooth
  6. Pantera70

    Pantera70 Member

    It could well be true, T-Mobile may be doing this in direct response to Vodafone. Currently Android is considered a T-Mobile thing and they stand to lose a lot of ground to Vodafone if the Magic proves to be a better product. Vodafone will attack the G1 on it's weaknesses against the Magic, so if T-Mobile can update before the magic launch, Vodafone have no room to attack. This might just be an attempt to put Vodafone off running a campaign that directly attacks T-Mobile and the G1. O2 have already been running ads in the UK that attack the Android threat and have been very focused on the "App Store". The only thing that has shocked me is I would have expected a campaigned response from T-Mobile showing of just how good the G1 is, however don't be supprised if we see new T-Mobile G1 ads in April.

    Updating us with "Cupcake" or at least some of it's most wanted features would be an ideal response to the threat from Vodafone.
  7. Ageless Stranger

    Ageless Stranger Well-Known Member

    Seems like Skodaphone are playing the coercion game, if TMobile take the bait it will be beneficial to us all.
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  9. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

  10. pehr

    pehr Member

    Should be interesting to see what features they hide from UK users this time ...
  11. dkaufman1

    dkaufman1 Well-Known Member

  12. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

    I personnally will be very suprised... the cam processing is currently so slow that it seems impossible to imagine video ... but maybe the photo code was really slowed or crippled for some bizzare reason only known to google-wizards or HTC ...

    If there are new hardware drivers that have been developed since the release then we all will cream our jeans
  13. TateWatkins

    TateWatkins Well-Known Member

    I hope we get it, would be pretty cool and would bring Androids features up to scratch a bit.
  14. punkzanyj

    punkzanyj Well-Known Member

    This logic falls apart when you consider the US market. Vodaphone doesn't exist here.
  15. SK.

    SK. Well-Known Member

    No but Vodafone do exist in the UK and the rest of Europe along side T Mobile so the theory does stand outside of the US as it is a worldwide thing not just a US thing.

    Also seeing as T Mobile/Google have done things differently outside of the US then it's another valid point.
  16. Pantera70

    Pantera70 Member

    The title of this thread is "T-Mobile UK claims cupcake in April" :rolleyes:
  17. Mr Bloppy

    Mr Bloppy Well-Known Member

    If we get it in the uk then someone can put on a way to root cupcake? Just a idea
  18. dkaufman1

    dkaufman1 Well-Known Member

    I agree with all you said...and hope for.

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