Looks like the T-Mobile G2 will actually have an 800MHz processor instead of the 1GHz Snapdragon we were expecting. Which will disappoint the number hungry among us, but I'll wait to play with it before I write off an otherwise excellent looking phone. In better news, Android 2.2 and Flash 10.1 is a definite go though. [T-Mobile Scoop via Engadget]
T-Mobile G2 Actually Has A 800MHz Processor, But Runs Android 2.2
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