Almost two years after T-Mobile USA launched the G1 (the world’s first Android phone), the carrier is now finally getting ready to introduce its official successor: the T-Mobile G2.
T-Mobile has already announced that the G2 is coming, although it didn’t show us official photos of the handset.
Fortunately, Engadget has some photos showing the G2 in the wild. 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.
CellPhoneSignal has it that the G2 also features HTC Sense, A-GPS, Wi-Fi with hotspot capabilities, Bluetooth 2.1, and a 5MP autofocus camera (with flash, as seen in one of the photos above).
The T-Mobile G2 could be launched on September 29. It’s T-Mobile USA’s first HSPA+ smartphone and it will likely run Android 2.2 Froyo at launch.
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