T-Mobile was one of the pioneers of Android devices when it introduced the G1/HTC Dream. Today T-Mobile has announced its successor, the G2 which happens to be the first to support T-Mobile’s HSPA+. T-Mobile claims that its HSPA+ network is capable of giving “4G-like” speeds.
According to AndroidCentral, the G2 is supposedly the upcoming HTC Vision that has a slider keyboard. There’s nothing much on T-Mobile’s site except for a registration of interest and its rumoured for release in September.
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