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Will the TMobile G2 be better than its older version TMobile G1? T-Mobile's new Android-based smartphone, G2, "will deliver tight integration with Google services and break new ground as the first smartphone designed to run at 4G speeds on our new HSPA+ network. In the coming weeks, we'll share more details about the G2 and offer exclusive first access to current T-Mobile customers", says PCWorld.

The device is the first one T-Mobile built specifically for its new HSPA+ network, which is touted as offering 4G-like speeds on the company's 3G infrastructure.

TMobile G2 (HTC) phone comes with HSDPA+ speed, able to match Sprint 4G.

Hardware:

1. Tilting screen.
2. Subtle front camera on the edge of the speaker.
3. 3.5 headphone jack.
4. Dedicated Lock/Unlock side switch.
5. Face sensor.


Improvements in hardware since previous version:

1. Screen resolution 800×480 or 800x600.
2. A compete design overhaul.
3. A bigger, flush screen that fills the sliding part front.
4. Ultra low-power Tegra-like processor (GPU+CPU) able to handle OpenGL ES 2.0 gfx effects, transitions, and lengthy HD playback.
5. More inward travel with keyboard key strokes.
6. More responsive/sensitive compass.
7. 5MP camera with flash.
8. OLED screen.


Browser:

* Java V8 implementation for faster page rendering.
* Tabs instead of Windows.
* Smoother scrolling/zooming, multitouch drivers.
* More on-screen controls.
* Flash and Silverlight support.
* Ability to have Googled words available on a bar to easily jump to on a page.
* Browser Widget support (like Opera Mobile recently)


Maps:

* Full Google Earth with smooth Open GL ES 2.0 rendering support.
* "Live Mode".


Others:

1. Full Bluetooth 2.1/3.0 capability out of the box.
2. App installation possible on memory card.
3. Multiple video codec support out of the box.
4. All icons are, actually, really small widgets.
5. Holding down the "Home" button zooms out to bring a "Panels" view of all the windows of the currently running programs.
6. Multilingual on-screen keyboard.
7. Screen orientation changes according to the Accelerometer, regardless the status of the slide-out keyboard.
8. Pressing the "menu" button brings up an attractive semi-transparent Blackberry Storm-like menu overlay with illustrations and a 1-word description on each button.
9. Customizable camera hand gestures.

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