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With top-tier smartphones sporting physical QWERTY keyboards becoming a rarity these days, we can add HTC to the list of phone manufacturers that won’t be offering a new keyboard-equipped Android smartphone anytime soon. Speaking during a press event in Seattle, HTC creative director Claude Zellweger explained the company’s stance on…

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Much has been said about MIUI. This popular custom ROM has already received so many good reviews from users.  One of the qualities that set this ROM apart from the others is its user interface. The simple and straightforward looks of its UI make this custom ROM stand out. Some…

In July, T-Mobile put up a teaser page about its newest Android smartphone, the G2.  The G2 will be the wireless carrier’s first HSPA+ phone and is expected to sport a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.  Our friends over at TmoNews have posted what looks to be the official pricing sheet for…

Updates: 800MHz T-Mobile G2 for $199?

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We recently posted pictures of the forthcoming T-Mobile G2, but we can now provide you with further information to get those hearts racing. Unfortunately, this might not be as exciting as you had hoped for. As the title suggests, the G2′s MSM7x30 chip will be clocked at 800MHz. If you…

The recently confirmed G2 smartphone that is headed for T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network has been captured in the wild, according to the folks over at Engadget.  The G2, the successor to T-Mobile’s G1, looks to sport a full four row slide-out QWERTY keyboard and possibly an optical trackpad for navigation.

Today T-Mobile USA revealed that its first HSPA+ powered 3.5G smartphone will be called the G2. It launched a teaser page saying as much. No real details are there, not even a photo, but the company said that more info will be coming in the next few weeks or so….

We all knew that T-Mobile USA is sitting pretty on the upcoming HTC Magic/MyTouch/G2/Sapphire/whatever, but thanks to Engadget, we now have some attractive box art images to satisfy our hunger. The designer handywork reveals, for sure, that the device is going to run by the name of myTouch 3G. The…

Russell over at MobileBurn.com is still working on his written review of the HTC Magic for Vodafone UK, but in the mean time I have spliced together all of the high-def video footage he has shot and uploaded the videos to YouTube. Part one is below.  Part two and three…