AT CTIA Wireless in Orlando, the LG G2x, T-Mobile's first dual-core smartphone, an HSPA+ ("4G") device was showcased.
The G2x is powered by a dual core 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and is definitely being presented as a gamer-friendly device. G2x (formerly "Optimus 2x") includes Tegra Zone app which's Nvidia's games-only app store which focuses on the titles that take greatest advantage of the processor's dual core capabilities.
The 4" touchscreen device also capitalizes on T-Mobile's higher speed HSPA+ network, which the company bills as 4G.
Further features of the device include an 8 Megapixel flash camera capable of 1080p video, a front-facing 1.3 Megapixel chat camera, an FM radio, mini HDMI output with HDMI mirroring, and 8 GB of onboard storage and support for microSD cards up to 32 GB in size.
Here's the hands-on video: