The T-Mobile G2 is in an unusual situation: T-Mobile officially announced this Android OS smartphone last month, but has revealed almost no details about it. Quite a bit of information has leaked out, however, the latest being the price.
All that T-Mobile has said so far is that the G2 will be the follow-up to the original device running Google’s mobile operating system. Its support for HSPA+ will mean it will will be able to wirelessly transfer data fast enough to rival or surpass current 4G networks.
According to information leaking from this carrier, the G2 is going to cost $200 with contract, like most high-end models released in recent years. Without a contract is will supposedly sell for $500.
The G2 is reportedly going to run Google’s Android OS 2.1 operating system on a 1 GHz processor.
Like its predecessor, the T-Mobile G1, this model will be produced by HTC, but the official images of it that leaked out do not show it running HTC Sense, this company’s user interface that enhances Google’s standard one.
All the other specifications are equally unknown, like storage capacity, camera resolution, etc.
According to several unconfirmed reports, the T-Mobile G2 will launch on September 29.