T-Mobile G2x a Google Experience Phone by LG Official

March 22, 2011
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While T-Mobile is soon to be called AT&T-Mobile because of the recent acquisition by AT&T they are still going to be pushing hard with new and upcoming devices. Reports are saying that it will be business as usual and they will continue to play hard-ball with the competition. Making things even better for everyone, they just announced the new G2x, a Google Experience device that is made by LG. Today is the announcement but last week we heard news of an April 20th release.

This is exciting news and I am very happy to hear they will be keeping it up. The move to AT&T will take at least 12-18 months so anyone wanting to upgrade (like me) might as well upgrade if a beautiful phone like the G2x is available. I might get it myself, and knowing me I will upgrade to something else in 4-8 months anyways so the takeover is of no concern for me.

Note that the image on T-mobile.com shows Android 2.2 FroYo on the photo-shopped image. We expect the device to ship with Android 2.3 or 2.4 when it finally is released. For those that don't know much about the G2x (aka Optimus 2x). It is a sweet phone by LG that will feature top tier specs such as the Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU 1 Ghz dual core chip, a 8MP rear and 1.3MP front camera, 1080p HD recording, HDMI out, a 4" Display with LG's bright technology and more.

With T-Mobile still rolling out 4G everywhere and upgrading some locations to the HSPA+ 21 Mbps network. Places such as Chicago, NY, and Las Vegas have just got the new 42 Mbps upgrade. The G2x will be a full 4G device so expect it to be blazing fast. This phone will most definitely be a fast little bugger with 4G, Dual Core, as well as the "Pure Google" OS and I can't wait to get my paws on it and give it a run for it's money. We will be sure to update you all with more as it comes in.

T-Mobile and LG Mobile Phones Introduce T-Mobile G2x with Google, a Powerful Gaming and Entertainment 4G Smartphone

T-Mobile’s first smartphone to feature a dual-core processor, the G2x is the latest smartphone to join T-Mobile’s G-series lineup on America’s Largest 4G Network

BELLEVUE, Wash. and SAN DIEGO — March 22, 2011 — T-Mobile USA, Inc. and LG Mobile Phones (LG) today announced the upcoming availability of the T-Mobile® G2x™ with Google™ by LG. The latest 4G smartphone to join T-Mobile’s exclusive line of G-series devices, the G2x is made for speed and mobile entertainment, with built-in support for 4G speeds on America’s Largest 4G Network™, an NVIDIA Tegra 2 mobile processor with dual-core CPU, brilliant 4-inch capacitive touch screen display and preloaded content, such as Need For Speed™ SHIFT HD.
―More consumers than ever are turning to their smartphones to stay entertained wherever they are with access to their favorite video games, TV programs and more,‖ said Andrew Sherrard, senior vice president, marketing, T-Mobile USA. ―By combining the latest innovative hardware and preloaded content with our 4G network and the power of the dual-core processor, the G2x offers the mobile gaming and entertainment experience our customers crave.‖
―The move into dual-core technology is the next big leap forward in mobile technology creating a new superphone segment,‖ said Tim O’Brien, vice president of marketing, LG Mobile Phones. ―These super-powered processors will allow both developers and users to utilize the unmatched speed and power in multitasking, multimedia and functionality never before realized in a mobile handset.

The G2x will keep customers entertained with access to preloaded games and applications, including the following:
• Need for Speed™ SHIFT HD, developed by Electronic Arts (EA), is an award-winning, authentic racing game that combines the true driver’s experience with real-world physics, pixel-perfect car models, and a wide range of authentic race tracks.
• DTS Ultra Mobile™, which includes two innovative audio technologies – DTS Envelo™ and DTS Boost™ – for a premium surround sound experience. When listening to music or playing games on the T-Mobile G2x, customers will enjoy rich, enhanced sound that adds depth, dimension and volume levels that are robust without distortion.
• A demo of Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance – N.O.V.A., developed by Gameloft, is a fast-paced sci-fi action game in which players operate as Kal Wardin, an elite soldier established to protect humanity from alien threats.
• T-Mobile TV, offering live and on-demand TV including news, sports and full-length entertainment, plus full episodes of your favorite shows.
• Zinio eReader, the largest online newsstand, enabling customers to shop for, search inside, read, share and save digital content in new ways with more than 75,000 digital magazines from 26 countries.
• T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik™, enabling video conversations with friends and family through T-Mobile’s network and Wi-Fi.

Developed by graphics powerhouse NVIDIA, each CPU in the Tegra 2 processor runs at a speed of 1GHz and boasts low power consumption and high performance for playing video and audio. Combined with T-Mobile’s lightning-fast 4G network, the G2x delivers a fast Web browsing experience, smooth game play, instantaneous touch response and seamless multitasking between applications for a compelling mobile entertainment experience.
In addition, the G2x will include NVIDIA’s Tegra Zone application, which provides quick access to games optimized for the Tegra 2’s dual-core architecture, which is built to handle the performance requirements of mobile games that use PC and console quality graphics features.

The G2x comes equipped with an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash and autofocus, and a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera paired with the preloaded T-Mobile Video Chat application powered by Qik for staying in touch with family and friends. With the phone’s 1080p high-definition (HD) video recorder and DLNA compatibility, G2x customers can capture video and wirelessly connect to a compatible HD TV or other DLNA device for streaming full HD video content or enjoying a console-like gaming experience through HDMI mirroring, taking advantage of the phone’s accelerometer and gyro sensor.

Powered by a stock version of the Android™ 2.2 operating system, the G2x offers access to more than 150,000 applications available on Android Market™ and integration with Google services such as Google Voice™, Voice Actions™ from Google, Google Goggles™, Google Search™, Gmail™, Google Maps™ with Places and Navigation, YouTube™, Google Talk™, Google Earth™ and more.
The G2x features smartphone essentials such as easy access to personal and work e-mail, including support for Microsoft® Exchange e-mail, contacts and calendar, social networking, and instant messaging. The G2x also includes Swype® for easy text input, 8GB of internal memory with a microSD card slot with support for expandable memory up to 32GB, Stereo Bluetooth® 2.1, built-in 3.5mm headphone jack, Adobe® Flash® Player support and a music player.

The T-Mobile G2x with Google is expected to be available nationwide later this spring at T-Mobile retail stores and online at http://www.t-mobile.com.


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  • http://converter42.myopenid.com/ converter

    They can keep Gingerbread–it’s a disaster. I have two nexus ones with displays that won’t wake up on incoming phone calls and a Nexus S with a piss yellow, low-contrast display and auto brighness control that’s useless. If Gingerbread is any kind of trend, Android is doomed.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=563705036 Ward Anderson

      Maybe your phones have some kind of problems… Gingerbread has been just find on my G2.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=563705036 Ward Anderson

      Maybe your phones have some kind of problems… Gingerbread has been just find on my G2.

    • http://twitter.com/BruceCLin Bruce Lin

      I think you have defective devices. My nexus s is rock solid. There’s zero glitch so far since release.

    • Anonymous

      your dumb, go away

    • http://twitter.com/xguntherc Cory (xguntherc)

      Are or were you running CM7 on either of those phones. Because that was an issue with “Pre-release” Android 2.3 that rom builders were cooking, such as CM.. Not in stock Gingerbread. The issue is not there if the official OTA for the Nexus One.

      and the Nexus S they changed the coloring for a reason, if you don’t like it. I suggest you root and check out Modaco.com as he has a fix to revert the colors on the Nexus S. and other than that idk, cuz my Nexus One, G2, and MT4G all work AMAZING with Gingerbread!

    • GODNOTHING666

      don’t get this phone your going to be disappointed with it.

  • boooo

    so if the lg optimus g2x a pure google exprience phone would it get updated from google its self or would it still get update from lg? im getting it when it come out

  • boooo

    so if the lg optimus g2x a pure google exprience phone would it get updated from google its self or would it still get update from lg? im getting it when it come out

    • GODNOTHING666

      don’t get it if you have the Nexus One! i did and I am disappointed!!

  • GODNOTHING666

    Just got the G2x and it has PROBLEMS! considering returning it. coming from the nexus one and I’m a little disappointed.