At the moment there's only 1 handset available running Android: T-Mobile's G1. This phone was only launched late in 2008, so catching these beasts in the wild is still a little tricky. The Academy to the rescue! Here's a few screenshots which may be of interest...

g1 open home g1 open contacta

G1 open web

The G1 comes in a black or cream case and its screen slides upwards to reveal the qwerty keyboard whenever text input is needed. There's also a mini trackball for finer cursor control. There are 4 buttons on the front in pairs either side of the trackball: make call, home, back and end call (which doubles as the on/off button) and a longer menu button above it.

If you want to play with an emulator in your browser, T-Mobile have one here.

 

These screenshots are actual size:

 

G1

Home

G1

Applications

G1

Dialer

G1

Browser showing a well-known site ;-)

G1

Wikipedia on full zoom

G1

Closer

G1

Zooming and panning is really easy

G1

Contacts

G1

The map modes

G1

Mapping is an application, not just a site

G1

Streets with blue outlines have images

G1

Street View

G1

The Street View menu

G1

Long press on 'Home' switches tasks

G1

Images are crystal clear