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myTouch 4G Slide Appears In The Wild

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on June 20th, 2011

How about some crystal clear myTouch 4G Slide in the wild shots? The device has shown up in some pics that are actually pretty nice and clear. Looks like it will definitely run Gingerbread with an HTC Sense UI. The keyboard is said to be amazing and the phone surprisingly fast.

Apparently the keyboard also feels a lot like the G2 keyboard. The phone also apparently weighs in at a little bit more than the G2, so we will see how it feels. Nice to see it clearly for once.

T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Special Edition relaunches in April

Posted in T-Mobile by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2010

People love their Fender guitars, but who would have guessed that the T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender edition would be so popular that it would sell out so quickly after its release? Well, it did and now it is back.

T-Mobile will be relaunching the handset sometime next month, though there’s no word on pricing. We’re guessing the price will stay the same. If you missed out the first time, now is your chance to get one. Don’t miss out.

Geodelic Sherpa offered on T-Mobile myTouch 3G phone

Posted in T-Mobile by Shane McGlaun on June 22nd, 2009

t-mobile-mytouch-sbT-Mobile has a new mobile phone that it is offering to its customers called the myTouch 3G. The handset features an interesting software offering that makes it great for users looking for information about their local surroundings.

The application is called Sherpa and is a local discovery app that learns what a user’s favorite types of locations are as it is used. That means that over time if a person searchers for more restaurants than retail stores, the application will return restaurant results rather than shopping.

T-Mobile myTouch 3G spotted

Posted in T-Mobile by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2009

T-Mobile myTouch 3G spottedWhat’s this? A branded myTouch 3G? Yep. The first T-mobile branded MyTouch 3G shots in the wild. Can a launch be behind? Maybe. Who knows when.

According to the poster on Android Forums, this device was handed out by someone at Google, not T-Mobile. Not much else going on here though. It looks like a nice successor to the G1.