T-Mobile Shares More Details About First HSPA+ Phone
T-Mobile has offered more details about the T-Mobile G2, an HTC-built follow up to the original Android phone, the G1. The G2 will be the first handset to take advantage of T-Mobile's HSPA+ network. The phone will feature a 3.7-inch, Super LCD touchscreen with 800 by 480 pixel resolution. That screen sits on a "unique hinge" with a QWERTY that slides beneath. The phone will run Android 2.2 on an 800 MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM7230 processor. A 5 megapixel camera will take still images and record 720p video. The phone will come with 4GB of internal storage and an 8GB microSD card pre-installed. Besides the hardware QWERTY, Swype will provide a gesture-based keyboard. The T-Mobile G2 will be available for preorder to existing customers first, starting later this month. Pricing and specific availability are still unknown.
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ZTE Avid Plus Offers 5-Inch Screen for $115
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Let me see if I get this straight...
2) T-Mobile is releasing a phone without added bloatware (see HTC Evo and Droid X/Incredible/2)
3) T-mobile isn't crippling the phone? (See HTC Aria and Samsung Galaxy S series.)
Every Android handset sold on the market right now is a pile of garbage now that the original Droid (which I did not like) and N1 (which I did) are gone. I wonder how well the processor will perform (hopefully well).
simple math would tell you that t-m...
ignorant replies on how T-Mobile "sux"
Throughout the years T-Mobile has been crap.... let's face it....
Their network was bad, their phones were bad... their customer service was bad. OBVIOUSLY! BUT like all companies they have worked their butts off to move from the bottom of the charts to near top when it comes to their phones, service, and customer care..(I'm not bias at all.. ask "JUSTFINETHANKU") (I have the HTC Evo which is from Sprint smh on my part) . T-Mobile was the first company to introduce what OS? Android! Who was the first to have what calling feature that allows unlimited calling to your fav5? T-...
Includes confirmed pricing information and a few other answers.
only stock android phone?
Check your coverage first before s...