Two years ago, T-Mobile had the exclusive on the world's first Android phone, the G1. It's since been eclipsed by increasingly smartarse phones like the HTC Hero, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and Samsung Galaxy S - but fret not T-Mobbers, the network is back with the G2, and it's going to be surfing the brand-new, super speedy HSPA+ internet.
So far, we know little except what's on the teaser page: It's an Android phone that supports HSPA+ (that's theoretical download speeds of 21Mbps versus 7.2Mbps on HSDPA, if you were wondering) and of course, tons of Google services.
According to Engadget, it's rumoured to be an HTC handset primed for a September release (biting the HTC Desire HD's spotlight?), so we'll be keeping our eyes peeled.
Update: The T-Mobile G2 is available to US users only.