By Anton D. Nagy | March 23, 2011 9:40 AM
It took T-Mobile three months since the original LG Optimus 2X was launched mid-December but nevertheless — and according to previous reports and unofficial confirmation — the carrier officially launched the device as the T-Mobile G2x.
The smartphone is equipped with a 4G-capable radio and is now part of the carrier’s G-series devices. Just like its European cousin it sports a 1GHz Tegra2 processor, 4-inch WVGA screen, 8GB of internal memory expandable with up to 32GB using the microSD card slot, eight-megapixel rear camera with 1080p recording capability, 1.3-megapixel front camera for self-portrait and video calling, HDMI mirroring, all powered by a 1,500mAh battery.
The G2x is powered by Android 2.2 Froyo (we want Gingerbread!) and will ship with software like NVIDIA’s Tegra Zone for high-end Tegra2-enabled devices, Need for Speed Shift HD, DTS Ultra Mobile, Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance (N.O.V.A.) demo, T-Mobile TV and T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik to take advantage of that front-facing webcam.
At the moment there is no information related to pricing and availability so until further details are made public, we’ll stick to the April 20 rumor we heard last week.