Based on a tweet by Cyanogen, the T-Mobile G2 isn’t going to be sporting another rehash of the Snapdragon family of chipsets that has come to dominate HTC devices for the past 6 months. You may remember back in November of 2009 (or maybe not, I didn’t) that Qualcomm demoed an updated family of chipsets for mobile multimedia devices. The name of that chipset is the remarkably catchy MSM7X30 (really has a ring to it, no?), and it’s bringing a little more to the table than its predecessors. To find out what may be in store, click through to Android Police.