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T-Mobile Finally Announces G-Slate Availability To The Public, Reminds Of Limited Time Special Offer

Better late than never I suppose as T-Mobile finally drops official word via their social media channels that the G-Slate arrives Wednesday April 20th. Where have we heard that before? What’s more is T-Mobile is reminding those who sign up on the G-Slate information page that a special “discount code” will be emailed to you if you sign up prior to April 20th. That makes today your last chance so get … [read full article]

T-Mobile G2X Now Available From T-Mobile.com

Right on cue the T-Mobile G2X is available through T-Mobile.com for $199.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate. Those of you looking to order online have a head start on customers who wish to purchase the G2X through their local T-Mobile store as it doesn’t hit store shelves till April 20th. There you have it, T-Mobile’s first dual-core Android handset is now available. The only decision is, this or the Sensation? [read full article]

T-Mobile G-Slate Includes Free Pair Of 3D Glasses

Well, this is interesting! Back at Mobile World Congress, LG stated that the LG Optimus Pad (known in the USA as the T-Mobile G-Slate) would not have a glasses-free 3D display, and instead it would require a separately sold pair of 3D glasses to properly watch 3D content on the tablet. For the record, this pair of glasses will be the famed Red and Blue variant you are all so familiar with. … [read full article]

T-Mobile G2X Retail Packaging Surfaces

While we’re still in the dark regarding the price and release date of the upcoming T-Mobile G2X, the phone itself is already an open box. Pun intended of course as we just received a quick snapshot of the upcoming retail packaging for the G2X. While we’re still running with an April 20th rumored release date, the notion that retail packaging is already in the wild lends credence to a launch any … [read full article]

TmoNews Video Hands On With the T-Mobile G2X

The T-Mobile G2X was easily the most impressive T-Mobile device I had an opportunity to spend time with during CTIA 2011. The combination of stock Android and the dual-core processor really impressed me and this may be the first Android phone I purchase. Although physical hardware didn’t wow me, the performance of the phone sure did and this is definitely going to be a winner for T-Mobile. Throw in the combination of possible AT&T … [read full article]

TmoNews Goes Hands On With The T-Mobile G2X

With the official T-Mobile G2X announcement out of the way, we’re free to get some hands on play time with the device and our first impressions are very impressive. Regular readers here will know I’m not easily impressed with Android phones but the T-Mobile G2X is a serious piece of hardware. While the plastic on the outside doesn’t conjure up thoughts of a device durable enough to fall 10 feet and … [read full article]

Is The T-Mobile G2X Quad-Band 4G? Future Proofed?

I can absolutely see how this is interpreted in two ways but it appears that on the T-Mobile.com product page for the T-Mobile G2X there are quad-band 4G services. As you can see in my awesome screenshot job above the available bands are 850/900/1800/1900 for 2G services. Right after that shows AWS Bands IV / 2100 which are the current T-Mobile 4G HSPA+ frequencies. Moving right past that onto the second line … [read full article]

T-Mobile Drops More Hints On G-Slate Release

T-Mobile is once again dropping hints on the T-Mobile G-Slate and not providing the one thing that really matters, a release date. It’s great to know that the G-Slate will offer T-Mobile TV with live and on-demand TV including news, sports and full length entertainment but when, WHEN can I expect to enjoy T-Mobile TV on my G-Slate? Is it gaming that you want? Well fear not because the G-Slate will come … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces The “T-Mobile G2X”

We’ve had some pretty good indicators this announcement was on the horizon but T-Mobile has gone and made the T-Mobile G2X official. Launching in “Spring,” the G2X will be the very first dual-core device to land on T-Mobile shores. The G2X has a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 4″ capacitive touch screen display and comes preloaded with such games as Need for Speed SHIFT HD. The G2X will drop … [read full article]