T-Mobile launched a promotional page for the G2, but details on the successor to the G1, to say the least. In two brief paragraphs posted to the T-Mobile G2 page, the carrier promised the handset will “break new ground” in the smartphone market.
T-Mobile G2 is the first device built specifically for T-Mobile’s new HSPA+ network, it’s a 3G-on-steroids upgrade designed to bring 4G-like speeds to the carrier’s current 3G infrastructure.
Rivaling the Apple iPhone 4 and the newly released Dell Streak, the T-Mobile G2 will be “tightly integrated” with Google services. Though there is no certainty as to what this statement exactly signifies, it is believed that the new G2 will run at competitive speeds.
T-Mobile said it will reveal more in the coming weeks and will give current customers exclusive first access to the G2.