Is this the T-Mobile G2?

Is this the T-Mobile G2?
“What would the successor of the T-Mobile G1 look like?” This topic is really hot right now. And here are the first spy photos of a device, made by HTC, which may succeed the G1.

By looking at the blurred photos of the model, which is claimed to be the G2, we come to the conclusion that it suspiciously resembles the Sapphire 2.0. This is one of the many upcoming HTC devices, which we informed you of last week. It is expected to be offered by T-Mobile and according to the source of the pictures, the phone will be named “G2”, will be thinner and won’t feature a hardware keyboard. It’s also possible that it’d be born with a snow white skin and be released in May. Looks like we’re in for a really nice spring…

souce: Gizmodo



1. DAViDXx

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 21, 2009

as feature rich as it is, you think they could have made it a little less ugly...

2. johnkzin

Posts: 16; Member since: Jan 13, 2009

Bleh. No physical keyboard == not interested. Give me a 5row keyboard version of the Memphis, not the Sapphire.

3. cool_water2008

Posts: 5; Member since: Dec 23, 2008

OMG i just bought the google android and know they are bring a new 1

4. The Godfather unregistered

I love to know how much T Mobile is paying HTC for these devices, because HTC just couldnt be that dumb as to volunteer device after device to T Mobile because they want to. I mean seriously, even ATT customers have better reception and better coverage, and that is saying a whole lot.

5. tmofanboy432

Posts: 139; Member since: Jan 12, 2009

umm godfather im pretty sure ur a vzw fanboy in hiding. so yeaaaaaaa u hatin trick

6. T-Money3000 unregistered

So what if he is? He's right!

7. tmofanboy432

Posts: 139; Member since: Jan 12, 2009

umm y does everyone hate tmobile so much.......... wat company do u hav t-money that is just o so wondeful

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