The newly announced T-mobile G2X is one of many dual core powered devices to be announced at CTIA, but unlike the others, there is a little suspiciousness in this release. The G2X, which is basically the Optimus 2X with 4G bands for T-mobile, and according to the FCC… AT&T? The device recently checked in at FCC’s testing facility and not only does it have T-mobile’s ever expanding AWS bands for blazing fast “4G” speeds, but apparently has support for AT&T’s 4G network. This is a very surprising development that has many questioning if this AT&T/T-mobile thing has been in talks long enough that manufactures were told to make dual band phones or this is just a coincidence. Take this development however you want, the device is great nevertheless and I am sure many are excited for the dual support for 4G this device and others come with.
Key features:
4-inch capacitive touchscreen
Dual Core 1GHz Nvidia Processor
8 MP rear camera / 1.3 MP front-facing camera
HSPA+ compatible (AT&T/T-mobile)
Video recording at 1080p
8GB internal memory
Video Curtsey of Underwire View
Via: Was the T-Mobile G2x designed for the AT&T purchase?