We have waited quite a while for the first Android-driven phone. And, from the looks of it, the wait is finally going to get over. Spy caps of the HTC Dream, the first mobile running on Google’s famed open source mobile OS, have surfaced. Since there has been enough traction on this front over the last few months, we would just try refreshing your memory on some of its key specs. It has a full QWERTY keypad and the touchscreen is based on Haptic technology. The keypad is swivel-based as you can make out from the photos. We’re just hoping T-Mobile, the brand launching HTC’s Dream, won’t keep us twiddling our fingers for long.