HTC Desire Z (Unlocked Quadband) GSM Cell Phone
The HTC G2 Google T-Mobile was released in 2010 in the month of October. There device was one of the first sliding smartphones, and featured a QWERTY keypad for an easier experience of typing as well as the Android Operating system.
Software & Hardware
The device was released with the Android Froyo v2.2 Operating System with the HTC Sense UI running on top of it. It is backed with a Qualcomm MSM7230 800 MHz Scorpion, and the Adreno 205 powers the graphical processing unit of the device. The HTC G2 Google T-Mobile comes with an internal storage of 4 GB for installing applications and 512 MB of RAM for running applications and multi-tasking between them. The memory is expandable up to 32 GB via the use of an external SD card for installing media such as audio, video etc. The phone is packed with a Li-ion 1300 mAh capacity battery for a prolonged battery life.
Design & Display
The screen size of the unlocked cellphone is 3.7 Inches, and it is a TFT capacitive display panel with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, with a pixel per inch density of 252. The dimensions of the unlocked cellphone are 119.4 x 61 x 15.2 mm, and its weight is around 184.3 grams.
The HTC G2 Google T-Mobile features a 5 MP rear camera, capable of clicking photographs of resolution 2592 x 1944 pixels. The camera of the device is great, and it captures fine amount of details. It can also record videos of 720p. There is no secondary front-facing camera available in the device for clicking selfies and recording videos.
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