Less than a week after we learned of the existence of the G1 v2 "Bigfoot," the just-as-mysterious Boy Genius manages to snag himself a pic of the device. And it's looking like this could be one sexy slider.
It's still pretty much in line with what we originally saw in that leaked HTC roadmap back in January, with the emergence of the "Memphis." We're looking at a possible October launch, at which time the original G1 would reach end-of-life. The updated phone would go for about $150 with a two-year deal with T-Mobile. Why, that's less than an iPhone, just as the initial 2-year contracts are up! (he writes with a wink)
So, all you fence-sitters out there (and we know who you are): Is a more up-to-date slider going to get you to move to Android?
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