We've already seen the G2 leaked several times, including official renders, and we've even got a pretty solid-looking release date. The only thing left is price, right? Well today we've pricing info for you: the G2 will sell for $199.99 with a two-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate, or $499.99 contract-free. The pricing falls pretty much in line with other smartphones, as $199.99 seems to be the price to hit for any hot new device nowadays.
I don't know about you, but I think the G2 is quite a deal at the price point that T-Mobile has set for it. Considering the specs we're heard for the device, $199.99 or $499.99 is not tough to swallow. If it does end up running vanilla Android, which it looks like it will, then it makes the deal even sweeter. Now that we've got pricing info and are less than a month away from the G2's release, are you going to be picking one up? Will you sign up for a new contract or shell out for the contract-free version? Let us know!