Summary: The T-Mobile G2x is T-Mobile's branded version of the LG Optimus 2x. Featuring a few slight changes and additions, the G2x has shaped up to be an extremely powerful smartphone. The G2x is the first dual core smartphones on T-Mobile's 4G network and one has to wonder, is it the best smartphone yet?
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the T-Mobile G2x , the US version of the LG Optimus 2X and one of the best Android devices on the market at the moment. It offers a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core CPU, 4-inch WVGA display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, front-facing camera for video calling, and a...
Excerpt: Aaron takes a look at the T-Mobile G2x , LG's first high-end smartphone in the US and one of the best Android devices on the market at the moment. It sports a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core CPU, 4-inch WVGA display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, front-facing camera for video...
Conclusion: The T-Mobile G2x by LG has quickly become one of our favorite smartphones, and I can easily see it replacing my personal Nexus S. While LG phones in the US have been low to mid-tier plastic phones that didn’t inspire gadget lust, the G2x is an over the top smartphone that combines quality materials,...
Pros: Quality materials, excellent IPS display, 4G, fast dual core CPU., Excellent looks and build materials, fast phone in terms of CPU speed and data speeds, very lovely IPS display, good call quality, has HDMI out, WiFi Calling and solid GPS. Very good battery life for a powerful smartphone.
Cons: We'll let you know when we find it., When we find it we'll tell you.
T-Mobile G2X – the powerful, future-proof companion to the G2
29 April 2011
Conclusion: The T-Mobile G2X is already available for sale online and in T-Mobile stores throughout the US for $199 with a contract, so if you’re in the market for a new smartphone that should last for a while, it may be the perfect choice.
Conclusion: It's not hard to see that the T-Mobile G2x is the best Android device in the carrier's current line-up. No, it may not run Gingerbread (yet), but its unmodified OS means future updates shouldn't be delayed by unnecessary manufacturer or carrier modifications.