Initially available at T-Mobile USA for $199.99 on contract, the HTC-made G2 Android smartphone is now $150 cheaper, so you can get it for only $49.99 (new 2-yr contract required, of course).
The offer seems to be available only online, at T-Mobile’s official website.
Known as HTC Desire Z outside the US, the G2 features a sliding QWERTY keyboard, WVGA multi-touch display, HSPA+, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP autofocus camera, HD video recording, 4GB on-board memory, and an 800MHz processor.
The G2 / Desire Z runs Android Froyo 2.2 at the moment, but it will most probably be updated to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Here’s hoping the update will be rolled-out soon.
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