T-Mobile has launching its first smartphone in America. The T-Mobile has Qualcomm Scorpion CPU. T-Mobile Scoop says the phone’s MSM7x30 chip will be clocked at 800MHz rather than the 1GHz.
Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean that T-Mobile G2 lying about speed, as with upgraded from Droid to Droid 2 very well knows that bloatware can easily clog the pipes even on phones running Froyo. As we know before about the particular HTC device is running a pure vanilla Android build.
Speaking of delectable operating system revisions, T-Mobile confirms you will indeed find Android 2.2 under the hood accompanied by Flash Player 10.1, and “one-touch quick keys”. The carrier claims provide Speedy Gonzales like access to apps and shortcuts. The phone is available in asusidized price of US $200.