T Mobile GX2 The excellent:
The T Mobile Gx2 facial appearance a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core PC that delivers fantastic performance. It also has a sharp point, plenty of CD facial appearance, and HSPA+ speeds.
T Mobile GX2 The terrible:
The T Mobile Gx2 photo feature did not meet our expectations. The call feature could also be vaguely better.
The underside line:
The T Mobile Gx2 austere Apparatus interface, blazingly quick speeds, and polished look make it the phone to beat in T-Mobile’s team.
Opportunely, we were proved incorrect. At CTIA 2011 in Orlando, Fla., LG introduced the T-Mobile G2x, which is in effect a T-Mobile USA-branded translation of the Optimus 2X. Available now for $199.99 with a two-year contract, it boasts an impressive 1GHz Nvidia dual-core PC, fantastic specs, help for T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network, and all-nearly excellent looks. Sure, it’s in succession Apparatus 2.2 at launch, but LG promises it will be upgradable to translation 2.3 in the possibility and Apparatus fans will be thankful for the stock Apparatus interface.
Also notable is that the T-Mobile G2x is T-Mobile’s first “G-series” phone not made by HTC (disparate the T-Mobile G1 and T-Mobile G2). This underscores T-Mobile’s confidence in LG; we hope the G2x is the first of many exceptional LG smartphones to make their marks on the U.S. promote.
With its dual-core PC, HSPA+ speeds, stock Apparatus interface, and solid polished point, it’s simple to see why the T-Mobile G2x won our Best of CTIA award in the phones category this year. While it does have a few failings, the pros far outweigh the cons, building the G2x one of the best Apparatus phones on the promote today. The T-Mobile G2x is also quite affordable, at nearly $199.99 with a two-year contract. If you prefer not to get a contract, it costs quite a bit: $499.99 retail.