T-Mobile USA has announced the availability of the T-Mobile G1 predecessor, the T-Mobile G2 which was made by HTC. The T-Mobile G2 runs the Google Android OS, the latest 2.2 codenamed the Froyo. The handset features a side-slider QWERTY Keyboard which makes its ideal for messenger enthusiasts, a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen display, a 5-Megapixel Camera that has autofocus, supports 720p HD video recording and LED flash.
The G2 is the first smartphone specifically designed for T-Mobile’s new HSPA+ network, it offers some notable specifications including Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, Google Applications such as Google Voice, Google Voice Action, YouTube, Google Maps with Places and Navigation, Googel Earth and access to the Android Marketplace as well. There is also an input for 3.5mm audio jack, 4GB internal memory and a slot for microSD cards up to 32GB, there is a 8GB card in the box. Expect to see the G2 in T-Mobile retail stores nationwide soon and if you live outside of the US, you can seek the HTC Vision which is the international version of the T-Mobile G2.