‘G1’ Successor ‘T-Mobile G2’ now official

T Mobile USA has launched “G2” Android smartphone. Designed by HTC and powered by Android 2.2, this successor of G1 is specifically designed for the new HSPA+network that cover around 100 million Americans in more than 55 metros across the country.

HTC and T- Mobile, together, had launched the first Android mobile two years ago. Since then, Android has grown to be a leading smartphone platform in the US and elsewhere.

The G2 will have these newly launched Google applications pre-installed:

–          Voice Actions feature of Google Search:  This allows you to control your phone with your voice for calling contacts and businesses, sending messages, browsing the Web, listening to music and completing common tasks.

–          Integrated access to Google Voice: It allows customers to create a new account using their current mobile number right from the home screen.

The Android 2.2 based G2 comes loaded with the following basic features.

–          Snapdragon™ MSM7230 mobile processor that offers an 800 MHz CPU

–          720 p HD video camera

–          5-megapixel camera with LED flash and autofocus

–          Access to Microsoft® Exchange

–           4 GB internal memory with a pre-installed 8GB microSD memory card with support for up to 32 GB

Apart from these basic features, the T-2 is sprinkled with the following other additional features

–          Quick Keys for one-touch access to Google shortcuts and applications

–          Adobe Flash Player enabled Web browsing

–          Pinch and zoom functionality for Web browsing and photo gallery

–          Built-in 3.5mm headphone jack, stereo headset and Bluetooth support

–          Swype text input

If you live in the United States then you can register for G2 updates now. Pre-orders will begin to existing T-Mobile customers later on this month.

Post Author: Gaurav Shukla

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