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Thursday, 22 January 2009 21:46

T-Mobile G2 Android phone snaps emerge

Written by Nick Farell

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Fairly obvious follow-up


Gizmodo has
found two snaps of what it claims are the new HTC Sapphire / T-Mobile G2, or Google phone.

The G2 is a follow-up to the company's G1 Android-powered smartphone, but it lacks the slide-out QWERTY keyboard of its predecessor, relying instead on its touchscreen display for input.

Gizmodo said that the upgrade is fairly obvious however there are some noticeable differences. Based on the pictures, the thinner G2 will come in a pearly white case.  It will keep its 3.2 megapixel camera and odd angled chin of the G1.

We are expecting the  G2 to be unveiled at  the 2009 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month.

More here.

Nick Farell

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