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T-Mobile G2 pics, specs leaked

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 01 Sep 2010 1:22 User comments (6)

T-Mobile G2 pics, specs leaked CPSignal has posted the first pics of the upcoming T-Mobile G2 alongside its specs, which should easily make it the carrier's latest Android flagship.
The G2 is T-Mobile's first HSPA+ phone, offering users 4G-speeds of up to 14.4Mbps.

T-Mobile's next device, which is expected to launch at the end of September, will run Android 2.2 with the HTC Sense UI.

The smartphone will have a 3.7-inch OLED display, run on a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, include a full slide-out QWERTY keypad and a 5MP camera.

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6 user comments

11.9.2010 2:52

This is pretty coo, I think it will be a great successor to G1 but I thought it was going to be one of the first phones to run a dual core cpu.

21.9.2010 5:26

Glad to see the keyboard...Android hardware may be better than apple hardware, but without the keyboard, Blackberry is actually better for some users.

31.9.2010 7:39

And its going to cost around 600+ I bet unless you go on one of those not so tempting rip off contracts of 30 a month for next to nothing

41.9.2010 15:28
G1 user
Unverified new user

This article is WRONG!!! it does not have HTC Sense UI or a snapdragon processor, poor research to verify whoever they received this information from.

51.9.2010 17:24

Originally posted by G1 user:
This article is WRONG!!! it does not have HTC Sense UI or a snapdragon processor, poor research to verify whoever they received this information from.
So what does it have, know-it-all?

65.9.2010 12:22
punisher2all
Unverified new user

Originally posted by DVDBack23:
Originally posted by G1 user:
This article is WRONG!!! it does not have HTC Sense UI or a snapdragon processor, poor research to verify whoever they received this information from.
So what does it have, know-it-all?
---> it has a 1ghz processor clocked down to 800Mhz to help save battery life. Also it will run stock android UI rather than Sense UI

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