T-Mobile, which some would argue sat on the success of the original G1 for a bit too long, has been building up an impressive army of capable Android devices as of late. One of the newest entries is the G2x built by LG. This spunky dual-core smartphone will be available in stores beginning April 20, 2011, but you can hop online right now and order one from T-Mobile for $200, provided you sign up for a 2-year service agreement.
Not long after T-Mobile officially announced its soon-to-be-released G2x smartphone built by LG, which will be available online starting April 15 and in stores April 20 for $200 (after $50 mail-in-rebate and with an obligatory two-year service agreement), someone listed a purportedly fully functioning model on Ebay. The seller tagged the G2x with a Buy-It-Now price of $1,000, and though it didn't quite go for that much, he did manage to find a buyer willing to overpay.
T-Mobile has confirmed pricing and release details for the much awaited G2x Android smart phone. The LG-built device will be available online on April 15, and in stores on April 20. Customers will need to plunk down $199.99 after $50 mail in rebate and 2-year agreement. This is an interesting phone considering the hardware and the impending sale of T-Mobile to AT&T.