Is The T-Mobile G1 v2 Made By Motorola and Not HTC ?
Though we had originally hypothesized that the T-Mobile G1 v2 would be the HTC Memphis prototype device, it turns out we were looking at the wrong company. The T-Mobile G1 v2 is not even from HTC. According to BGR, the T-Mobile G1 v2 may be a Motorola Device and NOT an HTC device like the original G1 was.
And yeah, we agree, to name a device a G1 v2 would typically lead you to believe that it's a true 'successor' to the original G1. But we guess not. BGR has a pretty good track record and T-Mobile has done something similar to their Sidekick line. Though Danger is always involved, they've used Flextronics, Sharp, and yep, Motorola, to design different models under the 'Sidekick' brand name.
And if you squint a little bit, the image above does look more like a Motorola device than a HTC Android (original G1 and Magic) device. And the charging port on the device doesn't look to be HTC's favorite ExtUSB, so maybe, just maybe this is going to be a Motorola Android Device.
What do you guys think?
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This could be a very good thing for motorola
No, looks like the HTC TOUCH PRO to me. That phone is a beast. Sorry, but its a great phone. Sprint was just moronic (on schedule) and never promoted the HTC Touch Pro and instead focused on crap. I miss Motorola, but I think this is just wishful thinking.
Yes this is a new motorola phone i have played with it