T-Mobile LG G2x. The update was originally slated for a summer release and finally arrived late July and caused a few more problems rather than fix the current issues and was pulled shortly after.
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T-Mobile.com for the low price of FREE. Yup that is right they are offering the new and improved LG G2x as a web-only special for free. That is an amazing price for what you get. Just yesterday I said it would be in stores again soon and overnight poof -- there it is.
manual download and plenty of users jumped over to get the latest taste of Android but now users can do it the easy way via the OTA update.
quality control issues, later it was said this was due to demand and nothing was wrong but the device has been out of stock online and in T-Mobile stores since that first ran back at the end of May. It appears T-Mobile has the 2.3 Gingerbread update ready to go, and will be re-launching the phone in stores this week.
few issues. Last we heard the update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread and bug fixes was coming by summer and we haven't heard anything else regarding the matter.
leaked for the G2 but that was the last we heard of it.
pulled from the carriers online store recently spawned rumors that quality issues were behind it. But according to T-Mobile, they temporarily pulled the phone due to inventory constraints. However, they did admit to a having some issues that they plan to fix with an upcoming update. Now a leaked internal document reveals that they're finally getting more serious about addressing them.
pulled from T-Mobile due to quality control issues, only later denied by T-Mobiles twitter account stating that it was not pulled for QC and rather it was low on inventory because it was selling in high volumes. Now reports are coming out that they are currently getting ready to release the Gingerbread update soon and that it will fix some of the issues being reported.
clicking here. TmoNews might have been the first to cover the story and everyone else jumped in on the action. It seems that T-Mobile has replied to and squashed these rumors already. The device is so popular inventory is low, they have no quality control issues and it has not been pulled.