HTC G2 is surely a future generation smart phone handset that you want to place your hands on.
HTC G2 features
Downloading video files, working on apps has been made easier because of the powerful processor that matches the T-Mobile network’s speed access.
Spell the Magic Word
Thanks to the Google Voice Actions, Spell the predefined magic words, you will be able to send SMSs, emails, send a note, turn on the songs, make an outgoing call, launch a site, go to a site and browse on the web.
Forget tapping the same keys, as you have got a slider mobile with a QWEERTY keypad that lets you write what you want, clear and fast.
Record HD Videos with real life feel, resolution and colour using a High Definition camcorder, share them using web,
Power Packed Android Operating System
Experience the enhanced speed, sync functions, auto updates for your apps, streaming media and security, with the Android 2.2 OS.
The HTC G2 has got a WVGA capacitive display touch panel screen of 3.7” inches with dimensions of 119 mm in length, 60.4 mm in width and 14.16 mm in thickness, and weighs nearly 180 g together with the 1300 mAh battery pack that is rechargeable. The HTC G2 runs on Android 2.2 Operating System platform and has got a powerful 800 MHz Qualcomm MSM 7230 with internal memory of a 512 MB Ram and a 4 GB Rom, and an external memory that can be extended up to 8 GB using microSD cards. The handset supports GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900, UMTS networks and provides GPS and A-GPS support, Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi connectivity. The 5 MP Camera has got Flash support and auto focus feature. The HTC G2 has got a talk time of 590 minutes for GSM network and 400 minutes for WCDMA network, based on the handset and network usage. The G2 has a standby time of 430 hours for GSM network and 430 hours for WCDMA network, based on the handset and network usage.
Review on Financial Times
Chris Nuttall has said, “The HTC G2 was rejuvenated and enhanced from the original. The QWERTY keypad is superb, the design and style of the handset from HTC looks better-quality. Thanks to the integrations between the Android OS and T-Mobile, you can experience the amazing speed of the HTC G2, better than others”.
Review on CrunchGear
John Biggs said, “The HTC G2 brings me the memories of Nexus One for its look, and the design and User Interface. It looks sleek and slim like the recently released Nokia N8, but has got wonderful apps like Ferrari. I had just gone thru’ the handset quickly and will be working on it completely this weekend and will report about it in the following week. Up till now, I am happy with everything, especially the pop out keyboard”.
Review on Engadget
Josh Topolsky has said, “the HTC G2 is not only the best among the Android world, but the best in all over the mobile world. HTC must have learnt a lot in the past and has put all their experiences on this handset to make it successful. Considering the hardware point of view, you would be struck at the look of beautiful, striking, landscape style QWERTY keypad. Considering the software point of view, T-Mobile is trying its best to provide enhanced speed for the G2 handset”.
Review on GIZMODO
Matt Buchanan has said, “All those things you heard about Android 2.2 can be experienced on HTC G2. This is one of the fastest, well made, has got lot of apps to have to fun with, and has a perfect User Interface than other smart phones. The QWERTY Landscape keypad is going to be a boon for those email adductors”.
Review on PCMag.com
Sascha Segan has said, “The T-Mobile G2 being the 1st Google Android phone from HTC is a dominant smart phone that has got an attractive QWERTY keypad and has got a stock full of pre installed Google Services”.
Review on PhoneDog
Aaron Baker has said, “HTC G2 is one among the best in the smart phone world on T-Mobile and one among the best from the Android World, at the moment”.