Yesterday we finally got to see how much T-Mobile will be charging for their first HSPA+ handset, the G2. If the pricing wasn't enough to sway you, today we've got some confirmed specs that may just do the job. Thanks to T-Mobile's insider newsletter, the T-Mobile Scoop, we now know that the G2's processor, which we've heard will be one of Qualcomm's MSM7X30 chips, will run at 800 MHz rather than the 1 GHz speeds that we've heard in the past. The G2 will also have Android 2.2 pre-installed along with Flash Player 10.1 ready and raring to play some embedded Flash videos and games. Finally, T-Mobile has said that there will be "One-touch Quick Keys" on the G2 which will give you super fast access to your Google apps and shortcuts.
So now I think we've got pretty much all of the information we need about the G2, right? There's the price, release date, leaked photos, and now specs, although it would be nice to get the full spec rundown as opposed to the little bit of info we were given by T-Mobile. Still, what we've got is better than nothing! I am kind of disappointed, though, in the fact that the G2 is only running at 800 MHz rather than 1 GHz like we've been hearing all along. The fact that it's running a vanilla version of Android 2.2 should (hopefully) help speed things up, though. Only a few more weeks, folks!