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T-Mobile G2 Reviews

Engadget
"The G2 is not just an awesome Android phone, it's an awesome phone, period." ... "If you're looking for a top-tier Android player with little in the way of compromises, look no further. The G2 has arrived."
CNET
"Some minor issues aside, the T-Mobile G2 is one of the carrier's top Android smartphones, offering an excellent QWERTY keyboard, speed, and plenty of features."
Gizmodo
"In the end, everything that's good about the G2 outweighs the bad, especially if you're not planning on diving into the code yourself. If you've got a broken down G1 waiting to be replaced, or just want a clean Android experience, this is still probably your phone."
PCmag
"The follow-up to the very first Google phone, the T-Mobile G2 is a powerful smartphone with a great keyboard and a hefty portion of pre-loaded Google services."
Android Central
"The T-Mobile G2 is the latest Android smartphone to hit the nation's fourth-largest carrier, and is billed as the successor to the venerable G1. It goes beyond that though, as this one is a quantum leap, both in the hardware department and software side, from anything we've seen from T-Mobile before."
PhoneScoop
"The T-Mobile G2 has enough going for it in hardware design and features to make it easy to recommend. But even with its great performance, it won’t be long before the competition takes the same great features and offers more on top."
MobileCrunch
"Like the Nexus One, the G2 is a unified Google experience, and it excels because of that. The vaunted HSPA+ is fast as hell and there is very little to criticize from start to finish. That said, it’s also a brick and the form factor isn’t for everyone."
Phonedog
"Though there are some quirks, the T-Mobile G2 is the current go-to device for Android nerds seeking a vanilla Android experience, and is the best T-Mobile smartphone to date."
MobileTechReview
"Pro: Extremely fast, large and excellent hardware keyboard, latest Android OS with Flash video. Sharp display, solid GPS." Con: A bit heavy, odd hinge mechanism may bother some, WiFi hotspot tethering feature is removed. Where is that 4 gigs of internal storage-- gone to prevent rooting the phone. Speakerphone isn't good.
CrunchGear
"Like the Nexus One, the G2 is a unified Google experience, and it excels because of that. The vaunted HSPA+ is fast as hell and there is very little to criticize from start to finish. That said, it’s also a brick and the form factor isn’t for everyone."
GigaOM
"Like its predecessor, the HTC-built G2 provides a full, QWERTY keyboard, but also brings the remaining hardware up to par, or better, than most Android devices of today."
Android Community
"Truly a lovely little piece of work with a Snapdragon MSM7230 processor, Android 2.2 Froyo, 4G speeds, and what I’ll tell you right now is a very nice still camera situation."