The T-Mobile G2 from HTC is the successor to what was known as the first Android handset, and will be released to the market next month. Existing customers will get their hands on the device much sooner than those who are not, but are they really that bothered?
Joanna Stern from Engadget spent some time with the device during the Best Buy holiday event and was able to offer a hands-on preview of the device, which you can see in the video on their website. You can also see a few new images of the HTC G2 on the Engadget website as well.
Stern was not shy in saying that this is T-mobile’s best Android handset to date, but I have to wonder why it only comes with an 800MHz Snapdragon processor? The 521MB of RAM is more than enough to handle all the tasks, but I still wonder if the CPU is a little underpowered? (More specs here).
Joanna points out that Engadget will offer an extensive review of the device once they get one in the office, so for now the video will have to be enough.
Do you think that T-mobile and HTC has done enough with the G2?
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