Details of T-Mobile USA's upcoming handset launches have emerged, with TmoNews claiming to have release dates for several Android, Windows Mobile and other devices. Perhaps of most interest is the HTC HD2, previously confirmed for T-Mobile in the Spring and now expected in March 2010; we're also curious about two new HTC Android phones, the T-Mobile myTouch Slide (which looks like it could be a QWERTY version of the HTC Magic/myTouch 3G) coming May 17th, and before that an update to the HTC myTouch 3G (described as v1.2) which throws in a 3.5mm headphone socket on February 10th.
In the mood for some new hardware? T-Mobile has launched a handful of new smartphones today, most notably the Samsung Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note is pretty expensive (despite the fact that it's been available at other carriers for months), so if you need a more budget-friendly handset, T-Mobile has you covered with a pair of new myTouch devices.
This week we've gotten our hands on the next generation of myTouch devices for T-Mobile, one with a push-out QWERTY keyboard, the other without. Both of these devices are essentially identical save for the slight difference in hardware with the keyboard, otherwise they've both got a 4-inch display at 480 x 800 pixel resolution, a 5 megapixel camera on their backs with a single LED flash, and they've got single-core 1.4GHz processor inside as well. With a keyboard you've got the myTouch Q, and without a keyboard you've got the myTouch, and both of these devices are manufactured by Huawei.
This week we've got our hands on the newest set of myTouch phones from T-Mobile, both of them having essentially the same specifications and being made by Huawei. While there are some LG devices out there that have essentially the same names as these two devices, rest assured: these are made by Huawei and will be popping up at T-Mobile very, very soon. Now that we're clear on that, let's have at it: both devices work with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread with Huawei's own unique user interface, both have a 4-inch display at 480 x 800 pixel resolution, and both work with 5 megapixel cameras on the back.
T-Mobile has some new myTouch products up for grabs, with the two new handsets being made by Huawei. The myTouch and myTouch Q largely have the same specifications, but the Q comes with a slide-out landscape QWERTY keyboard for those of you who are serious texting fiends. Best of all, they’re both pretty affordable at $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate.
T-Mobile will be refreshing its popular line of myTouch Android smartphones and this time around the devices are set to be made by Huawei. As usual, the new lineup will include two versions of the device, one with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and one without. The duo are expected to arrive sometime in late Spring.
T-Mobile today released the pricing and date of availability for its myTouch and myTouch Q smartphones. The carrier officially announced the two handsets earlier this month as new additions to its myTouch lineup of Android devices. Both are made by LG and will be available starting November 2, priced moderately at $79.99 with a new twp-year service agreement.
T-Mobile went official yesterday with the new smartphones called the myTouch and the myTouch Q. The devices had leaked last month and now we have all the details on the smartphones including the time frame that they will hit stores. The timeframe is vague, but we know that they will hit T-Mobile stores before the holidays. That means that within the next two months or so they should land.
If you were hanging around here on the 26th of September, you know good and well that T-Mobile will soon be getting a lovely new 4G capable 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor-having HTC device by the name of HTC Amaze. What we've got for you today is several close-up photos of the hardware on that device, all taken by a fellow by the name of Nathan Olsson. Judging by these photos along, this device is going to be one massively awesome little bit of mobile, if I do say so myself.
It's what they're calling their Yes, Every Smartphone Is on Sale, Sale” and it'll be pulling down the prices of every single smartphone and tablet they've got in the store to $99.99 or less, most of them requiring a mail-in rebate to make the full reduction work. Everything from the G-Slate Android tablet to the BlackBerry Bold 9900 to the myTouch 4G Slide is now $99.99 or less after rebate. You'll of course be tying each of these devices to a new (mark the "new" bit, it's important), 2-year Value plan with unlimited data - this includes unlimited talk, text, and data family plan for $49.99 for each of two lines.
T-Mobile may have accidentally leaked two upcoming myTouch smartphones from LG after the carrier uploaded a trio of videos to YouTube that appeared to be tutorials. The videos were quickly set to private, but that's not before a snapshot was taken of one of the videos showing the two phones side-by-side.