Tmonews has gotten their hands on a sales incentive brochure sent internally to T-Mobile sales team members. The brochure clearly shows that top sales of something (maybe that G-Slate) will earn the T-Mobile G2x with Google by LG.
It’s kind of odd that T-Mobile would name this device the G2x because the G2 and G1 were both manufactured by HTC, the G2x implies the next generation of the “G” line. However, on the other side of that argument is that fact that the Nexus S was by Samsung and the Nexus One was by HTC. To compound that thought process even more the phone that started it all out, the Sidekick, was manufactured by a few different companies.
When the LG Optimux 2X was initially unveiled in December it was the first smartphone announced with a dual core processor. The dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor clocks at 1ghz with low power consumption and high performance. The G2x as it’s now known also sports 1080p HD video playback and recording. It also features HDMI mirroring, DLNA and more.
The G2x is expected to release with Android 2.2 Froyo and in accordance with LG saying every device will get at lease 1 upgrade, and in this case, to Gingerbread.
Based on the way T-Mobile offers these incentives we should see the G2x materialize in the next 2 to 4 weeks.