T-Mobile Officially Announces G2, Unveils Product Page

T-Mobile has officially announced the G2 by HTC, the company’s first HSPA+ phone. The product page lists numerous features and specs. However, pricing and availability have not yet been revealed.

As a T-Mobile customer, I’m disappointed in the G2. I love that it supports T-Mo’s zippy HSPA+ network and that it uses a Scorpion processor, but I hate that the screen is only 3.7-inches and I don’t like the thickness added by the physical keyboard (I’m a Swype guy now). *sigh* Hopefully the rumored “Project Emerald” will be more to my liking (supposedly due in November).

If you have a chance, check out the specs, bells, and whistles of the G2. I’d love to hear your thoughts on the phone. Is it enough to compete with Verizon’s Droid X and Sprint’s Evo 4G?


Author: RPadTV


5 thoughts on “T-Mobile Officially Announces G2, Unveils Product Page”

  1. Screen size is a turn-off. Stock android though is quite nice. I'd consider the device if + was in my area.

  2. I find it amusing that so many people on the Interwebz are slamming the phone's 800MHz processor. On paper, this CPU/GPU combo should outperform anything running 1GHz Snapdragon.

  3. @Ray

    Yeah, they will be really pissed when someone releases an 800mhz dual core. 800 per core is fine if you ask me. With smartphones it's about software enchancement more so than raw power. I don't feel the need to carry an extension cable with me everywhere just to use my phone.

  4. I read that this will not be stock Froyo. HTC has a custom skin that mimics it.

    I understand differentiation and all that but if you are using another company's OS why would you go and create your own UI??? That just means there is more for you to offer support for.

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