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The SDK included an Android emulator. Here are some screenshots from the software gPhone.

•There's a browser (no flash, but still better than the shipping Windows Mobile browser), address book, maps.

•Missing are YouTube, Gmail and Calendar apps.

•There are demos for OpenGL/3D, autocomplete, scroll bars, alarms, and pop-up notices with images.

•You know you can download and run this yourself, right now, for free. Right? Go!

•There's also a coverflow and grid type view for photos.

[Android SDK]

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