Monday, October 04, 2010

T-Mobile G2 smartphones having hardware problems

The T-Mobile G2 (made by HTC) is going to be a very popular Android smartphone for T-Mobile customers. Unfortunately, early reports (on blogs like Engadget) are indicating that some of these G2 smartphones are having hardware problems. What type of problems? Loose hinges and missing memory. Sounds strange for a company like HTC to have quality control problems.

The G1 was the first Android smartphone in the U.S. market. It was only available on T-Mobile. Now, the G2 appears to be a very promising upgrade, but we need to make sure that these quality control issues get resolved first.

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