According to speculations online, the LG Optimus 2X will be making its way over to this side of the world – and will be sold by carrier, T-Mobile and will be rebranded as the G2X. And that’s not the biggest part of the news. Apparently T-Mobile has managed to convince LG to release the device as a “G” phone. Just in case you were wondering, T-Mobile’s “G” phones have always had one thing in common – the pure Google experience aka stock Android (and a keyboard, but since the Optimus 2X doesn’t carry one…). If this turns out to be true, you can expect the G2X to be packing stock Android as well. While the phone will be released with Android 2.2, the update to Android 2.3 is also touted to arrive within weeks. The phone will also be upgraded to support T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network – which is something we thought that was lacking about the phone. Dual-core processor, stock Android, 4G connectivity – could you ask for more?