T-Mobile myTouch

myTouch 4G vs Desire HD benchmarks

myTouch 4G vs Desire HD benchmarks

T-Mobile's myTouch 4G is currently going through the rigors of testing in the run-up to its full review, but preliminary benchmarking is already suggesting that it's the fastest Android smartphone around.  What's curious, however, is the performance difference between the myTouch 4G and another recent HTC smartphone with identical core hardware, the Desire HD we reviewed earlier this week.  On paper, both handsets have the same latest-gen 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 processor paired with 768MB of RAM; in testing, the myTouch 4G is coming out significantly ahead.

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The Daily Slash: October 27th 2010

The Daily Slash: October 27th 2010

Lots of money moving around today. Lots of legal battles battling today. Lots of tidbits about that ever-so-sassy White iPhone flying around today. Two big fat reviews by our folks in the field on SlashGear (T-Mobile myTouch 4G and HTC Desire HD,) a little bit of info on that wild and weird PlayStation phone (with Android,) and all the other little updates and crannies you're all about. And what's that? I think it's the sound of a thousand bummed-out pirates. Pour one out for LimeWire.

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myTouch 4G hands-on

myTouch 4G hands-on

T-Mobile USA has just made the myTouch 4G official, their latest Android smartphone and another new device to take advantage of the carrier's high-speed HSPA+ network, and we're at the NYC launch event. Made by HTC, the 3.8-inch 4G smartphone slots in-between the more typical 3.7-inch and 4.3-inch devices from the company; check out our first impressions after the cut.

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