The G1.2 Design Leaked.

Posted: May 8 2009, 1:30pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:16pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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A few days ago we reported on the leaked T-Mobile calendar and the existence of the G1.2. The G1.2 is the answer to the G1 fans who like the new features and advanced hardware of the G2, but wanted to keep their G1s roll-out keyboard. Today, Boy Genius has brought us what looks like a close up of the design to the brand-new T-Mobile G2.

This has me very excited. The G1.2 looks to have a much slimmer and sleeker design than the aging G1. Many of the complaints I hear against the G1 are cosmetic, so this should do a good deal to dispel that. On the exposed side of the phone, we can see one SD card as well as the USB plug. The current SD plug design on the G1 sucks (I ended ripping off my rubber stopper) so I'm happy to see an improvement.

This baby is set to debut around October for $148 with a 2-year plan at Wal-Mart. Hopefully we'll be able to just buy the 1.2 from T-Mobile then as well. This is going to be a good Halloween.

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