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Qualcomm Chip Helps Android Make Its Debut

Qualcomm said Sept. 23 that its microchip sits at the heart of T-Mobile’s G1 handset , a cell phone that has the distinction of being the first powered by Google’s Android software.

Taiwan-based HTC makes the G1 handset. San Diego-based Qualcomm worked with HTC to design and develop the handset, which uses a Qualcomm model MSM7201A dual-core chip.

T-Mobile plans to begin distributing the phone in the United States on Oct. 22. It will sell for $179 with a two-year voice and data agreement. The phone features a “Qwerty,” or typewriterlike keyboard, and a camera. The latter will let users scan bar codes, then scour the Internet to compare sale prices and search for reviews.

Qualcomm’s stock trades as QCOM on Nasdaq. Shares closed Sept. 23 at $45.91, down 5 cents from the previous day’s close.

, Brad Graves

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