T-Mobile G2x Unboxing
Arriving unexpectedly, we’re utterly excited to say the least to check out the T-Mobile G2x – which so happens to be Tmo’s variant of the almighty LG Optimus 2x. In fact, we’re getting giddy just thinking about it primarily because the US market has yet to see light of a decent high-end Android device from LG’s camp up until now. Sadly, there isn’t much to find included with its retail packaging – which so happens to be your customary set of items. Yeah, you’ve got the wall charger adapter, microUSB cable, and usual set of documentation, but there isn’t anything else tucked along for the ride to make the unboxing experience memorable. Regardless of that, our eyes were glued directly onto this polarizing handset as we pulled it out from its temporary home.
There’s a lot to like about this beauty of an Android smartphone, but before we get too attached to it and make any final reservations, you can check out the unboxing video below to see why we’re undoubtedly excited. Expect our in-depth review soon!
1. remixfa (Posts: 14080; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
we have the live demo units in store. This phone is a little monster. And the battery looks good as that screen has been on since like10am being played with and it still has a solid chunk of life left. Fast and buttery smooth. Great stuff. If i wasnt so set on a SGS2, This would earn my $$
2. los (unregistered)
what happened to the microHDMI from the other videos?
3. AndroidTroll (Posts: 359; Member since: 05 Mar 2011)
All unboxings should receive a quadrant benchmark score in the video! Oh well, better than unboxing it and not even turning it on lol.
4. remixfa (Posts: 14080; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
quadrants on the store demo max around 2650. Its a little monster! It has an hdmi port at the top of the phone.
5. LG Girl (unregistered)
I want to unbox that girl.
6. luis_lopez_351 (Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
This or the HTC Sensation??? Hmmm. Phonearena get with the comparisons :3
9. remixfa (Posts: 14080; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
luis, that totally depends on what you want.
The g2x's tegra2 processor is slightly stronger than the dual core snapdragon in the HTC. It also has better battery life.
The biggest end user difference is going to be do you want "unaltered stock 2.3 gingerbread" or "htc sence 3.0". I havent played with the sensation (obviously), but i can tell you how good the G2X feels in the hand and how damn quick and smooth it is, thanks to that stock experience.
I think people that like to tinker with their phones are going to flock to the G2X, and people that want it all infront of them (like apple converts..lol) will go for the sensation.
10. tmob (unregistered)
looks like someone ripped this dude off haha no headphones. what a fag
11. Ichigo (unregistered)
What happened to headphones????
12. Andriodluvr (unregistered)
th3 guy needs to learn how to shoot the camera, the whole video on the phone was blurry.
13. b123456 (unregistered)
getting it on wed. switching from verizon, there just not coming out with the better phones on time. i like the dual core, hdmi plus tmobile has a nice plan right now.
14. cellphoneuser (unregistered)
I'm leaving verizon too, this summer. Contract's been up since 3/20/2011, but I've seeing what phones are coming out on other carriers before I decide who to jump ship to. As it is, it's between Sprint and T Mobile. My eyes were on the two new HTC devices going to those carriers, but looking at this G2x I may jsut go to T Mo and choose between this and the Sensation. As mentioned above Verizon just isn't coming with innovative devices quickly enough.