By Stuff Staf

HTC has just outed the T-Mobile G2, a QWERTY packing Android stunner that will replace the G1, better known as the world’s first Android smartphone.

As far as sequels go, this one’s a triumph. Packing Android 2.2, the G2 will give you all the Froyo goodness of Flash player and its Wi-Fi hotspot abilities. There’s also a 3.7in hinged screen (so it titls and snaps like its older brother) an 800MHz Snapdragon processor, 5MP camera and 720p HD video recording with LED flash.

Of course, with the device being T-Mobile branded there’s more chance of you bungee jumping off the Burj Khalifa then seeing an official launch over here.

Still – rumours are bouncing round the interwebs that the T-Mobile G2 will be released in Europe under the HTC Desire Z moniker. If that’s the case, then we’d expect similar Z-named devices to hit the region in a few months.

There’s a hefty HTC event in London this week, where we hope HTC will have some updates. Stay tuned.