T-Mobile debuts two new Android devices: LG G2x and Samsung Sidekick 4G

by Shardae Smith

T-Mobile is in full-swing, as they recently launched two new Android smartphones, the LG G2x and the Samsung Sidekick 4G as well as a tablet, the LG-Slate.

The Google phones won’t break your pocket either, with new two-year contracts that is. The Sidekick 4G is the first edition of the handset to be powered by Android (2.2) and features a 3.5-inch display with a forward-facing camera. Oh, and a 3-megapixel on its rear.

The Sidekick also has Cloud Text, in which users can access their text messages via phone or PC.

After a $50 mail-in rebate and two-year contract with unlimited data, the handset costs about $100, but for those who opt for the two-year contract and go with a lower-end data plan will have to pay $149.99.

As for the LG G2X, you can buy it from Amazon Wireless for $149, or any T-Mobile retailer. It’s described as long and lean and the touchscreen measures in at 4-inches. The front camera is 1.3 megapixels and an 8-megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash are on the rear of the smartphone.

And although it appears as if the phone is equipped with a kickstand, it’s merely for decoration.

The question is, what product are customers most interested in?