Google’s Android operating system is one to be reckon with. The latest numbers from comScore show it now has the majority market share of U.S. mobile devices. But two years before the introduction of Android, there was the Google phone, which according to old documents emerging from the Google/Oracle lawsuit looks very much like a Blackberry, the Verge reports.
The Verge notes two soft menu keys were part of the baseline specs, which shows Google wasn’t planning on using touchscreens. Furthermore, the phone had the option of including a QWERTY keyboard, secondary display, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS and hardware graphics acceleration.