T-Mobile G2x and Nokia Astound have been announced by T-Mobile USA today at the CTIA Wireless in Orlando, Florida. T-Mobile G2x is similar with LG Optimus 2X, what differentiates the former from the latter is its T-Mobile Branding and support for 3G network bands. Nokia Astound is US version of Nokia C7 – a smart phone that is already available in the European market.
T-Mobile G2x is Tegra 2 dual-core processor powered device that is supporting the Froyo a.k.a. Android 2.2 platform – also you get with Acer beTouch E210. The best features of it is the integration of Brings DTS Ultra Mobile technology (DTS Envelo and DTS Boost) that’s mean you will be able to enjoy the high quality sound. It has 8 MP snapper features with LED Flash while that of 1.3 MP front-facing camera is also on hand for video chat. You will also get the preloaded game i.e. Need for Speed SHIFT HD along with this gadget.
Nokia Astound is running on Symbian^3 OS platform while designed with 3.5-inch AMOLED display having the features of a tough damage-resistant glass window and split screen functionality. The style of it is enhanced through portrait QWERTY keyboard. It comes with 8MP primary and 1.3 MP secondary cameras. The features of 3.5mm AV connector, Stereo Bluetooth connectivity and FM transmitter make it the most valuable gadget.
Nokia Astound and T-Mobile G2x are going to hit the T-Mobile this spring. You will be able to get the Stylish and attractive Astound from T-Mobile at a price of $80 on a contract while we do not get any information regarding the cost of T-Mobile G2x but we will update you soon.