T-mobile Announces its New myTouch Line
By Fred Salva

I am not sure if I told you before (but I guess I did) that I am in love with T-mobile’s myTouch line. Yes, probably they are not equipped with the best hardware on the market but a quad-core processor is not always everything, right? If you recall, previously myTouch smart-phone were manufactured by HTC. Well, this time T-mo has made a decision to team up with Huawei. Not that I have something against Chinese manufacturers, but it was kind of surprise for me. Anyway, finally T-Mobile USA announces the new myTouch series represented by myTouch and myTouch Q. The only difference between those two smart-phones is a full QWERTY slide-out keyboard. In the specs list of the myTouch and myTouch Q you will find a 1.4GHz CPU (maybe, single-core), a 4-inch WVGA touch-screen display, a 5MP rear camera with LTE flash, 1500mAh battery and Android 2.3 Gingerbread one a board with a custom UI and a Swype-based virtual keyboard. Starting August, 8 you will be able to get whatever smart-phone you like for $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate when purchased with a two-year service agreement.






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