T-Mobile G2 Makes an Early Arrival; Slightly Ahead of Official Launch

September 29, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The T-Mobile G2, the successor to the G1, has made an early arrival at certain retail stores. The handset was earlier confirmed to be officially released on October 6, and the device will not be available until that date.

TmoNews has got hold of the store shots of the much-anticipated device and the images have been posted on the TmoNews website. The images show a 3.7-inch multi-touch display and optical trackpad. The phone will also be coming with a 5 megapixel camera and flash, along with a full QWERTY sliding-keyboard.

The Android 2.2 (Froyo) device sports a brushed metal cover for the battery and will be coming with HSPA+ 3G support and an 800MHz Snapdragon processor. The phone will also have 4GB of internal memory, 512 MB of RAM and will come pre-loaded with Adobe Flash Player 10.1.

If you are interested in buying one, the G2 will be sold for $200 with a contract, or $500 without subsidization.

If the images are not enough for you, check out the video posted by Engadget. The quick 1:26 video will give you a brief look at the phone and its worth taking a glance.

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