Recent info detailed the very first HSPA+ smartphone offered by T-Mobile, a device known as T-Mobile G2, that got pictured in the wild, as you can see in the images below. This is supposed to be an US version of HTC Vision, so you can expect it to feature a 3.7 inch touch display, a sliding QWERTY keyboard and Android.


Since this is a Vision relative, it might as well include the same 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, Sense UI on top of Android, plus the same amount of memory and storage space. The question is: will T-Mobile provide enough HSPA+ coverage for the handset?

[via Engadget]

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