The T-Mobile G2x extends T-Mobile’s reputation as the wireless carrier that goes the distance with Android phones. Of all the big carriers, T-Mobile seems to develop and launch the most diverse array of Android phones with features for every type of user. You want low-cost? T-Mobile can do that. You want mid-range with a slide-out keyboard? Not a problem. 4G? AMOLED display? Front-facing camera? Pure Google Android without manufacturer overlays? All those are in T-Mobile’s Android line-up.
With the release of the T-Mobile G2x (made by LG), T-Mobile pushes the performance envelope further. The G2x features a 1GHz dual-core processor, 4G network speeds, a bright four-inch display and a slim size that belies the phone’s internal power. So how does it compare with the phone that defines the smartphone category for many: the Apple iPhone 4? Wirefly put the T-Mobile G2x and the Apple iPhone 4 in the middle of the Schmackdown ring and let the two slug it out. Click on the window to the right to see the video.
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