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.