The T-Mobile G2x marks a lot of firsts. It’s the carrier’s first dual-core device, LG’s first Tegra 2 phone, and back when it was announced as the Optimus 2x, (pre Atrix) it was the first dual-core device in existence. While the G2x maybe a trailblazer, does it deserve a place in your pocket? I applaud LG and T-Mobile for delivering an untainted Android (2.2) experience with solid build quality, but came away disappointed by 4G signal quality. There is much more to love that hate about the G2x, and with an out of the box Quadrant score of 2,379 it’s bound to make the hardware nerds giddy. For the full review, hit the play button below.
T-Mobile G2x Specs
- 4-inch 800×400 display
- Android 2.2, Froyo (with no bloatware from T-Mobile or LG)
- NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor
- 8GB of built-in memory, microSD expandable
- Dual cameras: 1.3 MP (forward-facing), 8 MP (rear-facing) with 1080p video recording
- Adobe Flash Player 10.1 certified