The T-Mobile G2 (styled “T-Mobile G2 with Google”) is an Android smartphone from T-Mobile USA made by HTC, and succeeds the T-Mobile G1. It is a variant of the HTC Desire Z. The smartphone is T-Mobile USA’s first HSPA+ device which, according to the official site, is comparable to 4G network speeds with a theoretical peak capability of 14.4 Mbps. The device is Flash Player 10.1 ready, and ships with Android 2.2. It also features Swype virtual keyboard text input system.
Official CyanogenMod support was added in CyanogenMod 7.