First unveiled at CTIA Wireless last month, the 4G-ready handheld retails for $199.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and with the signing of a new two-year service agreement. If you want to get one in stores, you'll have to wait until April 20th.
[Image Gallery: T-Mobile G2X hands-on]
Sure, it only has Froyo for now, but a Gingerbread update has been promised. There are plenty of other nifty features too, including up to 1080p HD video capture, an 8-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, DLNA support and HDMI connectivity. This is also T-Mobile's first smartphone offering a dual-core mobile processor (NVIDIA's Tegra 2, to be exact).
Will you be buying an LG G2x?
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