T-Mobile has come out and officially named the G2 smartphone as their first HSPA+ + capable smartphone over at their network. The T-Mobile G2 is expected to be rolled out as a Google-experience phone like the G1 did when it became the world’s first Android model.
“The T-Mobile G2 will deliver tight integration with Google services and break new ground as the first smartphone designed to run at 4G speeds on our new HSPA+ network,” is what the operator announced. the T-Mobile G2 will be a version of the HTC Vision, sometimes known as the Vanguard.
The rumored specs of this G2 Phone include a large touchscreen display complemented by a sliding QWERTY keyboard, along with a fast process for enhanced performance levels, most probably a chip clocked higher than 1GHz. T-Mobile G2 android phone powered by Qualcomm MSM7230, which is sort of like a budget Snapdragon targeted at the mainstream audience. The MSM7230 has the same Scorpion CPU as previously commercialized in the Snapdragon QSD8x50 chipset found in other HTC phones and it has a clock speed of 800 MHz to 1 GHz. The G2 prototype was said to currently be running at 800 MHz, but I suspect it will be bumped to 1 GHz by launch.