T-Mobile have acknowledged its existence, but there still is no word of an official unveiling.
Regardless, over the past few weeks we found out pretty much all there is to know about this handset save for a price and release date.
And today it looks like an Android 2.2 Froyo test build for the G2 has been leaked. What you see below is a spreadsheet contained within the ZIP archive that hosts the firmware.
Eager tinkerers have poked inside and found absolutely no trace of HTC’s Sense UI, a layer on top of Android that is almost a given with every new HTC handset. Not in this case, as it seems like the G2 will follow in the footsteps of its predecessor and provide a vanilla Android experience.
All that’s left is for T-Mobile to finally announce it. And that will certainly happen soon.
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