Huawei MyTouch

Release dates for T-Mobile’s Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note rumored

T-Mobile users looking for a new phone, today is a good day for your prospects. TmoNews (which tends to be pretty reliable in these matters) has just posted leaked dates for the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note, and both the upcoming T-Mobile (Huawei) MyTouch phones. We're certain that all of these phones are coming, and sooner rather than later, so it's nice to get some validation even in rumor form.

T-Mobile schedules ICS updates for Galaxy S II, Sensation 4G and Amaze 4G

T-Mobile customers are no doubt feeling a little left out of the Ice Cream Sandwich party - most of the carrier's high-end phones don't even have leaked versions of Android 4.0 available. But according to an internal leak spotted by TmoNews, three of the biggest players for T-Mobile will be getting Ice Cream Sandwich in the near future. The internal screenshot shows the Samsung Galaxy S II getting ICS on May 14th, with HTC's Sensation 4G and Amaze 4G (which already has an ICS leak) following on June 16th.

Huawei MyTouch for T-Mobile spotted at FCC

After months of speculation and guessing, recently posted docs from the FCC show that Huawei and T-Mobile will be introducing the new MyTouch. Though not a lot of information is given, there are some basic specs that are given for the approval. These include supporting the 850/1700/1900 UMTS bands, Bluetooth and Wi-fi.

Huawei’s MyTouch for T-Mobile gets the hands-on treatment

The MyTouch label has seen better days: when Huawei's still-unofficial pair of phones become the latest member of the family, it will have changed to its third manufacturer in less than a year. T-Mobile still isn't saying when they plan to unveil the slate and QWERTY phone, but Engadget got a look at it in Huawei's home office in China. After a few minutes with the QWERTY version of the new MyTouch, they came away impressed - it's not going to set the world on fire, but it looks like a pretty solid mid-range phone.

Huawei’s MyTouch for T-Mobile spotted in the wild

We had heard previously that T-Mobile's reliable MyTouch brand would change into Huawei's hands later this year, and it looks like that's been confirmed. TmoNews got a sneak peek at the upcoming mid-range phone, with pictures snapped by some surreptitious tipster. The phone appears to follow in the footsteps of other MyTouch models with a decidedly mid-range design, running Android 2.3.6 (sigh). This incarnation of the MyTouch is without a QWERTY keyboard, though a different version may be in the works for a simultaneous debut.