We have some good news for those of you planning to pick up the highly anticipated T-Mobile G2 handset, as we can confirm that the device has appeared on the FCC website, meaning that a public launch is just around the corner.
As reported from Phandroid, the phone was nicely disguised as a HTC model with the model name HTC PC10100. While this may just look like an ordinary handset on the FCC website, further details on the model revealed that it is actually the upcoming G2 on T-Mobile.
This was given away by the fact that the FCC website lists the device as having support for HSPA+ – which is obviously the T-Mobile G2, since we know that it will be the first handset to support their new network speeds.
Hopefully this will come with Android 2.2 Froyo out of the box, but it still hasn’t been confirmed yet. If it does, will you be picking this up on launch?
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