The T-Mobile G2X may be one of the most popular phones on the market right now, but there have been some quality issues that were rumored to have caused the phone to be taken off the site earlier this morning.
T-Mobile responded to these rumors on their twitter account: “The T-Mobile G2x has been very popular and high demand has resulted in inventory constraints, which we are working to address.” Despite the response, many still believe that the device was taken down due to quality issues such as random reboots, light leaks, and other miscellaneous problems.
This is a pretty interesting ordeal. Who knows on whether or not T-Mobile actually had shortages with the phone, but we will keep you updated if we dig up any new info on the situation.
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