T-Mobile G2  (Source: CellPhoneSignal)
T-Mobile's latest Android smartphone runs HSPA+

Earlier today, the Samsung Epic 4G launched on Sprint's 4G network. Now, we're seeing the first official pictures of the T-Mobile's followup to the G1 (the first smartphone released with Google's Android operating system). The T-Mobile G2, as we reported last week, is the U.S. version of the HTC Vision.

According to CellPhoneSignal, the T-Mobile G2 runs Android (likely version 2.2). The phone features a 3.7" AMOLED display, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, sliding QWERTY keyboard, and a 5MP rear camera. Unfortunately, the T-Mobile G2 doesn't appear to have a front-facing camera for video conferencing.

When it comes to connectivity/wireless features, the T-Mobile G2 supports HSPA+ (11 Mbps), Wi-Fi + Hotspot, A-GPS, and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR.

The T-Mobile G2 is expected to launch later this year. 

It's hard to keep up with the furious pace that new Android smartphones are released. Android phones are quickly dominating the smartphone battlefield leaving seasoned competitors like Apple and RIM behind in the U.S. market.

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