T-Mobile G2 for $150 from Radio Shack

On September 13, 2010, in Uncategorized, by Salman

Did you buy T-Mobile G2 from Best Buy? I hope that you didn’t because if you did then you will have spent $50 extra for the same smartphone which is available for $150 from Radio Shack. Well, competition for T-Mobile G2 seems to be heating up a lot more after its launch though the number of leaks and speculations before the launch were way below average. We have always seen Amazon taking its time to come up with killer deals for different mobiles and gadgets but this time Radio Shack has popped in from nowhere to attract all the attention.

T-Mobile G2 runs on Android 2.2 (initially known as Froyo) with MSM 7239 snapdragon silicon which was especially optimized for T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. The G2 smartphone has the in-famous 2nd generation application co-processor with CPU speed touching 800 MHz. This seems to be pretty quick for a simple smartphone which has been launched without any fake glitters around it.

T-Mobile G2 comes with an 8 GB external memory card and 4 GB of internal memory which surely is more than enough to cover most essential requirements. You can even store a couple of movies in the internal memory itself. Memory can be extended to 32 gigs.

[via Engadget]

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One Response to T-Mobile G2 for $150 from Radio Shack

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    [...] Shack unless it is about T-Mobile’s G2. It was Radio Shack that first came running with the discounted launch of G2 disappointing the likes of Best Buy and again it is Radio Shack that is barking about being the [...]

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