Editors Liked

  • Excellent design, Fast processor, ample memory, Keyboard mostly well laid out
  • Great hardware, blazing download speeds, not loaded with bloatware
  • Phone supports fast network speeds, Popout keyboard design works well
  • HSPA connectivity, Quality industrial design, Smart & responsive keyboard, Peppy performance
  • Snappy performer, Spacious keyboard, Fast HSPA+ data, Excellent call quality, Long battery life
  • FAST! Everything about this phone screams speed, Extremely well built and highquality (as we've come to expect from HTC), Clean implementation of the Android OS (no unnecessary UI overlays), Beautiful: from the outside to the UI, everything is poli
  • Great industrial design, Full QWERTY keyboard feels great, Very fast
  • The T-Mobile G2 boasts a premium design and easy-to-use QWERTY keyboard. It's the first smartphone to support T-Mobile's HSPA+ network, and offers speedy performance and good call quality. It ships running Android 2.2 with the stock Android interf
  • Fast browsing speeds, sharp and bright screen, great build quality, comfy keyboard, runs Android 2.2 Froyo with every Google App you could ever want, great performance, sophisticated looks
  • Beautiful hardware. Feels fast. Terrific voice phone. Google Voice is tightly integrated
  • Z-Hinge design, HPSA+ speed, build quality, trackpad, screen

Editors Didn't Like

  • No dedicated number row in keyboard, Not as thin as many devices, Longterm use of Z Hinge unknown
  • Feels less speedy than competitors, lackluster camera capabilities, very heavy
  • TMobile network remains inconsistent, Voice quality, noise cancellation mediocre
  • Questionable hinge mechanism, Poor 720p video capture
  • Comes pre-loaded with several apps that can't be removed, Hinge design raises durability concerns, Tethering disabled
  • No frontfacing camera, HSPA network is still being built, "Rootkit" locking to "prevent" loading custom ROMs, No builtin tethering/hotspot support, Rating:, 4.5 out of 5, Tweet, Other posts tagged with: HTC, TMobile, Review, Android, G2, Is the Nexus One
  • Android not completely stock, Hinge problems could annoy some, A bit bulky
  • The G2 doesn't offer tethering or mobile hot spot capabilities. We have some concerns about the slider hinge
  • Mediocre camera, call volume needs to be louder, a tad on the heavy side
  • Some bugs. Undeletable Google bloatware. No tethering