The T-Mobile G2x has been a bit hard to come by as of late. The carrier gave supply and demand as the main reason they have made the handset unavailable to new buyers, but it sounds like there may still be a bit of truth to rumors that the device was pulled due to quality control issues. According to PCMag, T-Mobile has acknowledged that some users are experiencing random shutdowns and restarts, and they are working hard to provide a software fix for the issue. When might we expect that software fix? Our best bet is as part of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update, which TMo has confirmed will be hitting G2x handsets sometime this summer. We’ve already seen a sneak peak at said update with a recently leaked ROM, but boy are we excited for the official version to land. Now only if summer wasn’t such a broad window…
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- Check out the T-Mobile G2X forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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