T-Mobile G2 a Verizon iPhone Killer? Stop Laughing
There’s a new smartphone on the horizon from T-Mobile in the form of the G2 handset, which will be the first T-Mobile device to run on their HSPA+ network, and will be an Android device, but firm specs are somewhat scare on the handset at the moment.
However, according to an article over on Product-Reviews by Alan Ng, the T-Mobile G2 just might be enough to pull customers from Verizon Wireless and away from such devices as the Motorola Droid X and Motorola Droid 2, and even asks the question will the T-Mobile G2 be a Verizon iPhone killer, okay you can stop laughing.
Seriously, I mean the Verizon iPhone doesn’t exist yet and already we see reports wanting to know if a device will kill off a Verizon iPhone, I mean come on, has there ever been a smartphone that has even come close to being an iPhone killer?
The T-Mobile G2 may well be a nice device and of course it will be an Android smartphone, which is personally my preferred platform of choice, but even I don’t think an Android device will be able to challenge the iconic iPhone for its title unless Android come up with something extremely special, which I don’t believe the T-Mobile G2 will be.
Isn’t it about time the mythical “iPhone killer” was finally put to rest, especially when it’s widely known that when Apple does get round to pushing out a Verizon iPhone it is bound to be a huge success.