Amazon Does It Again, T-Mobile G2x and G-Slate Now Available

T-Mobile is one of the largest mobile phone networks in the U.S., and they offer several Android devices. They recently announced the T-Mobile G2x and T-Mobile G-Slate, both of which are now available for purchase at T-Mobile (although the G-Slate has not launched yet). But if you want to buy it from a third party online retailer, then you should have a look at Amazon USA. Amazon is offering the T-Mobile G2x and G-Slate for fairly decent prices.

The T-Mobile G2x is available for $199.99 with 2-year contract from Amazon.The  T-Mobile G-Slate is available for $799.99 on Amazon, and it’s the price of unlocked version. T-Mobile is offering it for $529 on contract, but the choice is yours!

Both devices are amazing, and manufactured by LG. The G2x features a Tegra 2 dual-core processor, which is mind-blowingly fast, and the G-Slate is the first Android powered tablet that comes with a 3D display. So, is anyone out there looking forward to these new devices?

Source: Phandroid (1), (2)

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2 Comments

  1. sumyunguy
    April 21, 03:29 Reply

    wirefly.com has had it for $149 for a week now and started shipping them last night

    • Orlado
      April 21, 09:53 Reply

      well i have seen it today that’s cool ha

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