T-Mobile’s own website has confirmed that the company’s first HSPA+ device — the HTC G2 — will be rocking Android 2.2 and will be powered by an 800 MHz Scorpion processor. T-Mobile is billing the device as the “fastest smartphone experience in America” thanks to the company’s HSPA+ network with “4G” speeds. The device will come with Adobe Flash 10.1 and the G2 will be exclusive to T-Mobile. Anyone previously considering the G2 turned off by the 800 MHz processor?
September 2nd, 2010 at 8:40 AM