Samsung Gravity Touch 2 “GT2″ Unveils Itself

The original Samsung Gravity T was a midrange phone with 3G capability billed as a great device for “Connected Socializers.” Well the next generation Gravity phone for T-Mobile is about to see a big bump with the addition of Android. The “First Android device for the Gravity brand that is optimized for texting” will include a 3.2″ screen with full slide out keyboard, 3 megapixel camera and runs Android 2.2. The Gravity Touch 2 or GT2 will be a perfect addition to T-Mobile’s midrange Android lineup. Running on an 800 MHz processor the GT2 is going to find a home as an “ideal device for smartphone intenders.” Arriving on June 8th the GT2 will inevitably be overshadowed by another T-Mobile arrival that day but with two distinct audiences the GT2 is a welcome addition.

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  • Anonymous

    There’s only one Samsung with a 2 in it’s title that I wanna hear about…

  • Anonymous

    There’s only one Samsung with a 2 in it’s title that I wanna hear about…

    • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

       I know that’s right!!

  • whosaidwhat

    These guys really confuse me when they come out with phones running froyo. What gives?

    • Anonymous

      Nobody is releasing gingerbread phones. Nexus S was the only one that had it from the start.

      • whosaidwhat

         That’s not true…do some research please.

        Thank you

        • Nogb

          really?  name one then. 

        • whosaidwhat

           Xperia Play, HTC Desire S,  and SGS2.

          Plus the Sensation, Evo 3D, and HTC Lead are all coming soon with Gingerbread so again, I get confused when mid to high end phones are announced with Froyo. Saying that nobody is releasing phones with gingerbread is false as I’ve pointed out with the phones above. I would however like to know how oem’s and carriers decide on which version of Android get’s release with newer phones.

  • whosaidwhat

    These guys really confuse me when they come out with phones running froyo. What gives?

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  • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

    and just as U-G-L-Y as the last ones, ha

  • Meagan

    Looks like a prepaid mobile that you buy in clear packaging at the grocery store or 7-11.

    • TMOTECH

      Not everyone  can afford a super phone. This is a great addition for someone who wants a “Big Boy Phone” and cant afford to spend 500 bucks. Quit being such a snob. who wants a “Big Boy Phone” and cant afford to spend 500 bucks. Quit being such a snob.

      • Aerofanbig

         Only a small base of customers even NEED a “big boy phone”. A lot just want to play some games, use the web, and use the phone as a phone. Not everyone docks the thing to run all their wifi off of or devs programs or roots the phone. Some people do just need…..a phone. Tmo has ALWAYS kept that in mind and thats why they have such a range (now finally) of phones from entry level to super phones. 

      • Aerofanbig

         Only a small base of customers even NEED a “big boy phone”. A lot just want to play some games, use the web, and use the phone as a phone. Not everyone docks the thing to run all their wifi off of or devs programs or roots the phone. Some people do just need…..a phone. Tmo has ALWAYS kept that in mind and thats why they have such a range (now finally) of phones from entry level to super phones. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/JTOTHADA Jìmì BlessedLife

     in the next 3yrs every phone thats not ios, web os, wp7, or blackberry is going to be android from filp to slates  

  • http://twitter.com/KURAZZZ Christopher Pena

     Just another samsung behold 2…..

  • http://twitter.com/KURAZZZ Christopher Pena

     Just another samsung behold 2…..

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

    David whats that  Dealer price? is that the Retail/Unit Only/No contract price? because if it is im gona return my Optimus T and wait for this puppy

  • michael

    This is a good idea. Its not all about the dual core phones with a 4.3″ qHD screen. Its a phone with an easy-to-use interface, average processor good enough for what users do with this phone, a flash, etc.

  • B42233

    This is no great addition. When these devices come out, the G2 will be a last-gen device, buy one of those at the same price and you are ahead of the game. The addition of countless midrange devices just muddies the waters and serves to confuse those who don’t pay as much attention to the market.  

  • Mmmaxhearoom

    Does anyone else find it hilarious that this has an led flash with a crap camera and the vibrant had none.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

    i just hope the 800mhz CPU isnt lower than an ARMv7 because my biuggest gripe with my Optimus T is no Flash 10.2

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

    i just hope the 800mhz CPU isnt lower than an ARMv7 because my biuggest gripe with my Optimus T is no Flash 10.2

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  • Linhluong6323

    Is a data plan required for this phone? I mean, I wouldn’t want to be paying for texting AND data for my son or daughters “mid range” phone. any help is good. thanks

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  • Silveroaks92563

    I brought the gravity t because of the touch screen and no web plan neeeded. But now that ive changed(may 2011) to the 3000 family plan and unlimited text and web at 149.00 plus 3 phones at 5 each  to share 3000 talk and text.(thanks tmonews for telling me of new plans coming late may).I think id rather have the g2x or herc . anything else newer at 99 bucks or little bit above. radioshack online always have them cheaper than others.