T-Mobile G2, the first HSPA+ mobile phone to land on the market on T-Mobile's airwaves, is now available for pre-order for existing customers.
Starting today, those interested in getting the Android-based smartphone that can offer enhanced speeds on the wireless carrier's network should head over to the company's website here
to place an order.
According to T-Mobile
, while pre-orders kick off today, they are set to end on October 4th, which the units will arrive in users' hands on October 6th.
Here's what the wireless carrier notes on the matter: “Order your T-Mobile G2 by October 4, for delivery by October 6—the first day it’s available everywhere.”
In case there are some out of the loop, we should note that the new device is set to take advantage of the new network upgrades
the wireless carrier deployed lately, providing users with download speeds that are on par with those offered by existing 4G networks.
As for the T-Mobile G2, we should note that it comes as the successor of T-Mobile G1, the first Android-based smartphone on the carrier's airwaves, and that it should take full advantage of the said network enhancements.
“Running at blazing-fast 4G speeds, packed with Google Apps, and powered by Android, the T-Mobile G2 with Google
is your super-fast smartphone,” the company notes.
Sporting a side sliding QWERTY keyboard, complemented by a large touchscreen display and a fast processor, the new device is set to provide users with an appealing experience.
The G2 is manufactured by Taiwanese handset vendor HTC Corporation, the maker of the G1.
While G2 was designed to arrive at T-Mobile, the company announced last week the launch of a new version of the device, namely the Desire Z
, which should arrive on shelves in various markets around the world with about the same specs and capabilities as T-Mobile's flavor.