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HTC G2. More like nexus 2.

by juttsin2    Sep 23, 2010, 11:09 PM

Like another person's post. This phone is going to be loaded with vanilla android. (unaltered and not watered down). So... t-mobile never officially got the nexus... we do get the nexus 2.

I really dont understand why this phone is named the G2... Wouldnt the "my touch" be the G2? how about the "my touch 3.5mm"?
or the "LE Fender my touch"? "my touch slide"?

They should have just named it the G5. That is an entire "G" ahead of sprints "4g".
(yes... people are that dumb)

Rumors from the t-mobile side. This phone may not support wifi tethering. This is also the reason that the other phones don't have Froyo (2.2) yet.

Yes. You will get the first HSPA+ phone. But... you may not be able to share this speed with anyone else. Someone get cracking on the APP NOW!!!!!!.
Charge a one time fee of $10 and thank me later. ( I dont see the typical user rooting their phone )***lets be honest, they arent the people that pay $10 for apps.***

You know that VZW and ATT charge $20 a month to ADD tethering??? You already pay $30+ for "unlimited data".
You're gonna charge an additional $20 to add to your "unlimited data"???
That is like paying extra $7 to add mobile to mobile on your unlimited talk plan.

The truth is that you can connect almost any phone to a PC and use it as a modem for free. (if you're a nerd with some time to kill).
But... Charging people for something they can get for free is the American way.

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