We’ve known for a couple of weeks or so that T-Mobile is getting ready to launch its own version of the LG Optimus 2X, the world’s first Android smartphone to be powered by a dual-core processor. This device is going to be called T-Mobile G2X, once again showing how fond TMo seems to be of the G2 moniker.
Anyway, rumor had it that the G2X would launch on April 20. That may still happen, though what seems to be clear right now is that the smartphone will be announced during CTIA, possibly as early as tomorrow. PocketNow has spotted a couple of displays promoting the G2X at CTIA.
We are expecting the G2X to be just a rebranded version of the Optimus 2X, however it’s unclear at this moment what the handset’s specs will be, since there has been no leak of those yet. Maybe T-Mobile and LG have a secret new feature under their sleeves, or maybe they don’t. We’ll surely find out soon enough.
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