Does The T-Mobile G2 live up to the G1?


The G1 was the first Android phone for consumers provided by T-Mobile. T-Mobile provided Google an opportunity and has flourished on the market for nearly two years. Consumers have greatly devoured Android like never before seen on this market. With the release of the G2 launch eminent some hold in question if the G2 will live up to the shoes it has to fill with all of the competitors on the market.

This is what the rumors claim the device will have:

  • 1GHz  Snapdragon Processor
  • 3.7 inch  Active Matrix OLED (AMOLED) Screen
  • HSPA+ Data Speeds
  • Landscape Slide-Out qwerty keyboard
  • HTC Sense (According to Wal-Mart's Website)

There have been some things that people are already complaining about (from the leaked pictures):

  • No Front Facing Camera
  • No 3.5mm Headphone Jack
  • No HDMI connector

T-Mobile claims the G2 continues the revolution the G1 started, but seems to be very limited in some aspects,, but time will tell. Will the G2 change the game? Will it  revolutionize anything?