For all you T-mobile and Android users: The G1 now has a successor. The long awaited G2. T-mobile is set to begin its presale from September 24th until October 4th with the launch date being October 6th, 2010. The G2 is going to be T-mobile’s first phone/android device to use their new 4G HSPA+ network, while using a Snapdragon 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7230 processor. The G2 will also be equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard and spacious 3.7 WVGA touch screen. The slide out keyboard is said to use a new hinge design and prove dedicated buttons for the Google app. The G2 will be running android’s version 2.2 Froyo with 4GB of internal memory and an 8GB SD card installed, though it has the capability of supporting up to 32GB card. The G2 also has a 5.0 mega-pixel camera with auto-focus support, an external flash, and the ability to capture video in crystal clear HD 720p format. The media can then be uploaded from the G2 to sites like Youtube and Photobucket. Some other features HTC and T-mobille will proved on the G2 is Adobe Flash Player 10.1, standard 3.5mm headphone jack, stereo Bluetooth, and some Google stock apps like Google Goggle and Voice Action. This phone is expected to be T-Mobile’s flagship device like the Evo turned out to be for Sprint.