Speedy dualcore processor.
Android operating system.
Vibrant, responsive screen.
Excellent multimedia features.
High resolution video recording.
Fast. Clean interface.
1080p HDMI mirroring.
Forward facing camera.
Blazing data speeds.
Solid and elegant hardware.
Not technically 4G.
Screen resolution could be higher.
Some 1080p video-recording hiccups in our tests.
No decent widgets.
Few user interface tweaks.
Display could be higher quality.
Touchscreen could be more sensitive.
Average calling quality.
By ConsumerSearch on February 01, 2012
Winning several reviewer awards and the Best of CTIA Award for 2011, the T-Mobile G2x is the shining star of the T-Mobile lineup. Its sturdy design is "big without feeling big, and weighty without feeling heavy," says Jerry Hildenbrand of...-
By AnandTech on August 03, 2011
I’ve been a loyal T-Mobile user for the last five years, so the logjam of sorts at the top of The Big Magenta’s smartphone linuep is particularly interesting to me. On one side, there’s the excellent Sensation 4G that Brian reviewed...-
By Android Central on May 16, 2011
A vanilla UI and dual-core power combined with open hardware make the G2X one of the best Android phones to dateThe LG T-Mobile G2X and its cousin from across the pond the Optimus 2X show us LG is serious about getting into the high-end Android market...-
By BrightHub on May 16, 2011
The T-Mobile G2x is, to some, one of the most powerful Android powered smartphones currently on the market. In a sense, it could very well be T-Mobile's last hurrah before their possible buy out by AT&T. Released outside of T-Mobile as the , this is...100
By infoSync World on April 27, 2011
LG's dual core 1080p recording beast hits the T-Mobile airwaves. Will the G2x stiff the competition? Read here to find out.T-Mobile G2x Report The era of Superphones has dawned upon us, and the T-Mobile G2x is a new powerhouse equipped with an...95
By PC Mag on April 26, 2011
The loaded T-Mobile G2x with Google is the fastest, smoothest Android smartphone available today....90
By Dev Hardware on April 26, 2011
In this week's cellphone review, we take a look at the T-Mobile G2x and the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G smartphones.The T-Mobile G2x is an Android smartphone that offers a solid combination of design and features. The G2x is available for $199.99 after...-
By Macworld on April 24, 2011
T-Mobile’s latest entry in its G-series of Android phones and tablets, the G2X ($200 with a two-year contract from T-Mobile; price as of April 15), is a multimedia beast with an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, HDMI-out and 4G speeds. It sounds...-
By LaptopMag on April 22, 2011
Here's the deal: We absolutely love the T-Mobile G2x. The combination of this device's dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and pure Android OS make it the fastest smartphone we've ever tested. It ripped through our benchmarks and games, and...80
By Phone Scoop on April 22, 2011
The LG G2x is an excellent phone. It looks good and the hardware lets you use the device quickly and with no hassles. It nails the basics, such as call quality, battery life and network performance. It has capable messaging options, including the...-