After weeks of leaks and teases, T-Mobile just let us know that the newest members of the myTouch line will be arriving "in time for the holiday season" - which probably means November 2nd. The T-Mobile myTouch and T-Mobile myTouch Q are both manufactured by LG, the first myTouch phones not made by HTC. We've finally got full specs for you to check out below.
Both phones feature Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 1GHz processor and 5-megapixel cameras with 720p recording capability. Happily, both will operate on T-Mobiles' HSPA+ "4G" network. That's where the physical similarities end: the myTouch is a 3.8-inch slate phone with a Swype virtual keyboard, while the myTouch Q is a slider with a full QWERTY keyboard and a 3.5-inch screen. The myTouch also features a front-facing camera with Qik integrated.
The T-Mobile branded phones will have Netflix's Android streaming app and T-Mobile TV built-in, along with the line-standard "Genius Button." T-Mobile neglected to mention the price for either phone, but according to a recent roadmap leak, they'll both be $129.99 on-contract. You'll be able to get the myTouch in either black or white, while the myTouch Q will come in gray or violet colors.