T-Mobile G2 mania is getting bigger now after those live pictures posted by Engadget. As expected, the G2 is a US version of the HTC Vision, so it features a 3.7 inch WVGA touchscreen display, 1GHz processor, and full QWERTY keyboard. As you remember, Walmart also is getting ready for this launch.
T-Mobile and HTC are cooking their first HSPA+ phone, the G2 aka HTC Blaze. This is phone is rumored to be available this September 29th (rumor) , still more than one month ahead. But now Walmart cellphone page is getting ready and leaked some specifications of the new Android phone the T-Mobile G2.
Here some Specifications :
- Android OS w/ HTC Sense
- 3.7″ Active Matrix OLED display
- 1 GHz Snapdragon Processor
- Landscape slide-out QWERTY keyboard
- 5MP camera with autofocus.
- 3G HSPA+
- WiFi + Hotspot capabilities
- Bluetooth 2.1 + Enhanced Data Rate
Stay tuned for more information about this phone
T-Mobile just launched a teaser website indicating that its first HSPA+ phone will be called the G2. The T-Mobile G2 will deliver tight integration with Google services and break new ground as the first smartphone designed to run at 4G speeds on our new HSPA+ network. In the coming weeks, we’ll share more details about the G2 and offer exclusive first access to current T-Mobile customers.
T-Mobile USA is getting ready to roll out its second Google phone, according to T-Mobile’s CTO Cole Brodman, who confirmed the timing in an interview with mocoNews. He said the follow-up device to the T-Mobile G1 will be out in early summer..( means now?) and details of the release would come later this month.
TmoNews recently got their hands on some great screenshots of what seems like T-Mobile’s internal inventory system. While we see all our expected devices, such as the G1 and Dash, we also see some exciting new devices that will be heading to T-Mobile’s shelves shortly. The above screenshot reveals the T-Mobile Dash 3G kit. A Dash-like device with 3G could be…well, unstoppable! We are excited to see the great efficiency of the Dash, with sexy speeds of a 3G device.
Up next we have the first screenshot. Take a look:
Google recently posted details on just how Android OS 1.5 will work with third-party widgets. Widgets in Android OS will give users a “quick glimpse into full-featured apps, such as showing upcoming calendar events, or viewing details about a song playing in the background.”
We told you about the cupcake here, here and here but seams like T-Mobile and Google will not release the cupcake sooner. However, now, thanks to daproy on XDA developers forums, the Android 1.5 is already here.
Well well well, what do we have here? Today the HTC Magic, showing some sexy pink and gray T-Mobile USA branding and sporting T-Mobile USA 3G bands, passed through the beloved FCC filters. The HTC Magic, codenamed “Sapphire,” is the first T-Mobile device to pass through the FCC with both T-Mobile 3G, AND UMA. Lucky day indeed for T-Mobile users, what more could you ask for?