Talking about the addition of languages and faster, smoother support for people on the go Gmail for mobile: faster, smoother, and now in more languages lays out the details, but interestingly enough the T-Mobile G1 with Android is not mentioned at all:
… Gmail for mobile 2.0 is designed to be more reliable in low signal areas and provides basic offline support for phones like the Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W910i, and BlackBerry Curve…
So what’s the deal? I don’t know, I don’t have a Blackberry, iPhone or G1, but maybe the G1 supports offline Gmail and offers multi-language support out-of-the-box?
UPDATE: T-Mobile G1 with Google
The T-Mobile G1 is supposed to hit the shelves Wednesday (day after tomorrow) according to A sneak peek at Gmail on Android, so now would be a good time for all who intend to buy one to take a look at what the Gmail blog has in the way of screenshots and video while you are waiting for your new phone.
So while you are waiting, watching the minutes tick away until the release of the first Android-powered device in the world you can check out just how cool Gmail can be – on the platform that Google would (no doubt) prefer you use for wireless Gmailing… the T-Mobile G1 with Android.
Entire Article with Media on Gmail blog
Direct link to Gmail on Android (Youtube)