The T-Mobile G2x comes packed with a variety of different features, first and foremost being the 8 megapixel camera with LED flash. Not only is the camera sharp when it comes to taking pictures, but it also records video in 1080p, which is a huge improvement over the previous batch of smartphones typically recording up to 720p. The G2x also comes with a front facing 1.3 megapixel camera, which is absolutely great for video chatting over Skype. Which leads us to the next feature that the phone has.
It comes equipped with access to T-Mobile's 4G network, which is considerably faster in certain locales, so your mileage may vary. In areas such as Las Vegas, the G2x theoretically reaches up to 42 Mbps, which is extremely fast. In the market that this T-Mobile G2x was tested in, it consistently hit 5 Mbps and up, easily beating out its competitors.
T-Mobile also added 2 new games to make the G2x stand out, one a racing game, Need for Speed SHIFT, and the other a first person shooter, N.O.V.A. Both are great games and run extremely smoothly on the G2x with no lag interfering. These are great little additions by T-Mobile and it seems their marketing team is trying to market the G2x as a gaming smartphone. All around great features on the T-Mobile G2x help to put it ahead in terms of the competition.