Engadget got their hands on a prototype of the T-Mobile myTouch, non-functioning, of course. As of right now, no price or launch date has been set, but it is predicted to be sold at $199 with a two-year contract and we should see it before the holidays. This will be the T-Mobile's second HSPDA+ phone, after the G2.
Specs for the myTouch include:
- Android 2.2
- 3.8 inch WVGA
- Snapdragon 1 GHz processor
- Dual camera: 5 MP camera with flash and 720p HD recording, front-facing camera
- pre-loaded with games including RockBand, Asphalt 5, and Monopoly
- 8 GB internal memory/ micro sd card slot
In comparison to the original myTouch, it is thinner and gives off a more slicker look. I will leave you with pics; let me know what you think!