This phone is faster than Optimus 2X. Heard it will be around $500.
AnonD-5658, 07 Apr 2011hence why this is the G2(X) similar phone from the same G Series just without a keyboard. its ... moreDoes the nomenclature really matter? The G1 didn't have a physical keyboard, either. Both the G1 and G2 were made by HTC, and this is LG. At an announced $500 off-contract and $200 with 2-year commitment, I plan to get this if the performance reviews are as good as the specs dictate. Otherwise, I'll wait to see how the Pyramid and the forthcoming Blackberries (running at 1.2GHz) rate.
AnonD-5102, 07 Apr 2011Anyone know how much the G2X will be going for off contract?Im wondering the same thing...
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2011The deciding factor for me is going to the be price. Apparently Samsung has their freak of nat... morehence why this is the G2(X) similar phone from the same G Series just without a keyboard. its the same thing verizon did with the droid and the droid X.
The deciding factor for me is going to the be price. Apparently Samsung has their freak of nature Galaxy S2 coming out sometime this month, and the I'm sure the LG G2x (Still a stupid name since there is already a G2 by HTC) will be out within this month as well. To be it boils down to pricing. The Samsung is boasting insane levels of speed it seems dual core 1.2Ghz processors now and the new SuperAMOLED+ screens, where as this is still very high end just not at the samsung level (Even though I do hope it has that new NOVA Display that'll be a plus). I'm pretty excited about this thing none the less, but they took their own sweet time on it, and now everything one is bringing their super phones out to play which kind of draws me away from this one.
Yet Another Android, 07 Apr 2011How much you wanna bet that this Android related article doesn't turn into OS wars like EVERY ... moreI wouldnt bet a penny on that.
The only thing I can say about this article is that I never take any interest in operator released handsets.
As for 3D. It's still something that isn't ready for the masses. See the Nintendo 3DS fiasco.
How much you wanna bet that this Android related article doesn't turn into OS wars like EVERY Nokia or iOS article?