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Leaks, they give us nearly all of the information we need. That is of course until a mobile carrier puts up its own teaser page and gives us the scoop on the official specification a smartphone will feature.
Today we get to see what the T-Mobile G2 will be offering; an 800MHz Scorpion processor, Android 2.2 (Froyo) and Flash 10.1. Unfortunately that’s all we get at the moment, T-Mobile’s Scoop page is light on features but big on handset experiences.
We speculated that Sense wouldn’t come shipped with the G2, it still looks as that is the case. Rumours are that the device will cost $199 on a contract, although the prices have not yet been confirmed.
Some of our readers are disappointed with the specifications but we feel it could the perfect handset for casual smartphone owners, much like the G1 was when it was first released.
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