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February 20, 2009, 1:38 am — By

Looking forward to checking the G2 out? HTC’s second Android phone is very, very much like the Dream G1, only that it lacks the physical QWERTY keyboard and it packs double the amount of ROM. Here’s what the G2 is all about, in a detailed hands on video: The two main attributes of the handset, that you can...

February 11, 2009, 3:27 pm — By

In spite of the fact that quite a bunch of T-Mobile G1 users complained about the lack of multi-touch on the device, Google could have taken the right decision, considering that Apple owns the patent for the technoloy. Palm didn’t seem to care much about that, since they used multi-touch on Palm Pre and are now facing...

January 31, 2009, 6:37 pm — By

T-Mobile announced that they’ll be releasing a follow-up to the famous G1 Android Phone, the G2 and other devices in the same series. The competition is, however more fierce in 2009, as Sony Ericsson, Motorola and Samsung are readying their own Android devices. Here’s how the G2 might look like, in a picture...

January 21, 2009, 2:16 pm — By

We’ve seen spy shots and concept designs of the Android G2 handset till now, but seemingly the latest spy pics are genuine (aren’t they all?). Turns out that the new Android device is thinner, glossier and lacks the sliding QWERTY keypad. The T-Mobile G2 bears the HTC branding and surprises us all with a 3.2...

January 16, 2009, 2:09 am — By

Dream G2 made in China? That’s got to spell “trouble”, as the first impression regarding this phone was that it’s in fact just another G1 clone and not a brand new device. However, this follow-up is as real as it gets and you can check out the brilliant interface of the G2 in the video below: Although...

December 15, 2008, 1:18 am — By

Right on the day when T-Mobile G1 was launched we spotted a brilliant HTC G2 concept and now there’s yet another version of that neat design. If HTC were to make the second Android phone, it would come with a design that’s similar to the one of the first device, albeit with a few tweaks. It would still keep...