LG's T-Mobile G2x officially announced: dual-core 4G powerhouse coming with Tegra Zone
Don't say we didn't warn you – the T-Mobile G2x, a rebranded LG Optimus 2X of a kind, is finally official and will hit T-Mobile in its full 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 beauty this spring. The G2x will bring a pure Froyo experience spiced up with support for the carrier's 4G HSPA+ network. And if you're not yet convinced in the entertaining capabilities of the G2x, T-Mobile has pre-loaded Need for Speed Shift HD, T-Mobile TV and Qik. A 4-inch touchscreen and an 8-megapixel camera complement the experience, but you wouldn't know how these perform unless you check out our in-depth review of the LG Optimus 2X.
The handset will also be the first pre-loaded with the dedicated Tegra Zone showing you all the tailor-made games making use of those two cores. Not much of a benefit as it should be available for free on the Android Market, but hey, one more app wouldn't hurt! No price on the G2x yet, but with rumors circulating around an April 20th launch, we're sure to hear more about it soon.
1. jay (unregistered) posted on 22 Mar 2011, 09:31 0 0
This is a great phone however im waiting for the benchmark results of the Pyramid. Also you have the qhd 4.3 inch screen that makes me lean more towards the Pyramid but lets see what happens on the official run test....
2. chris23 posted on 22 Mar 2011, 15:47 0 0
i think stock android is enough to sway me over to this device...yea sure the HTC Pyramid will come with 2.4, but even though sense ui is great im not really all that into it. My pockets are already yearning to buy a new phone so if the G2x turns out to be a great device....i will most likely get it. And hopefully with "pure froyo" on board the updates to 2.3 and 2.4 will come pretty fast
3. Mexclao (unregistered) posted on 03 Apr 2011, 16:31 0 0
Any ideas on when (exact date) will be out ?