Now that the T-Mobile G2 is finally landing in the hands of eager customers (albeit a little early), you'd think everything would be sunshine and rainbows, right? Not so, as some customers are finding that their shiny new handsets are a little less than perfect. The two problems that seem to be most common are a loose hinge, which causes the screen to hang down if the handset is held upside down and snap shut if held at a certain angle, and some phones that are reporting 2 GB or less of internal storage rather than the 4 GB that was promised. T-Mobile has chimed in about the memory issue, saying that some of the storage is used for the phone's operating system and preloaded apps, but the carrier hasn't yet made a statement about the hinge problems.
With any major product launch, there is bound to be a few hitches here and there, and the G2 is no exception. While I'm surprised to see that T-Mobile hasn't commented on the hinge situation, I'm sure that they would be glad to give you a replacement handset if you're experiencing problems with your hinge. Our own G2 has fallen prey to both the hinge and memory issues, and it seems like there are quite a few of you out there that are in the same boat. We're curious to see just how many of you are having problems with your new G2, so tell us down below: do hinge issues have you down? Are you running short on space because you don't have a full 4 GB of storage?