Remember that one time that you bought the T-Mobile G2x and it randomly restarted? And you were like, “Whoa, that’s weird,” and then it did it again! And again. And again. For three months. Yeah, we’re done with that.
You should soon have a phone that doesn’t reboot for no reason whatsoever, as T-Mobile employees are now sporting Android 2.3 Gingerbread on their G2x models in a pilot test. The update should bring with it a solid fix for the “unexpected restart” issue, which probably should have been handled a couple weeks after the phone’s launch. But we won’t live in the past, especially since it’s looking like the update is almost here.
Other enhancements that will come along with that Gingerbread awesomeness include improved battery life, improved front-facing camera with Qik Record and Share, and easier disabling of car home. Obviously, there’s still a bit of a wait to endure, but the fact that Gingerbread is getting seeded to employees means it’s in the very final stages of testing. It’s only a matter of time, folks. Hang in there.