T-Mobile, as they've just launched a few brand new smartphones for the end of the summer. In case you haven't been following along their version of the 5.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note is available starting today -- although it isn't cheap. They also have a pair of rather decent mid-range budget friendly phones too.
myTouch devices over on the Magenta carrier and are made by Huawei. These new budget smartphones are essentially identical, only one comes with a QWERTY hardware keyboard. Check out pics and details in our full review below.
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.
PocketNow, they've got a new feather in their cap when it comes to T-Mobile. A new image has been found of a pair of new entries into the carrier's line of custom-branded MyTouch phones, presumably replacing the current MyTouch and MyTouch Q by LG. The MyTouch line has been T-Mobile's staple line for affordable mid-range devices since HTC launched it way back in 2009; assuming that these two phones are alone, that would make the second major change of manufacturer in less than a year.
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.
in the carrier's retail system, and promotion for both models (not to mention some much-needed specifications) should be coming soon. Both devices are expected to debut on November 2nd.
six new devices from LG, Samsung and Huawei are in the pipe for release next month, with confirmation on the HTC Amaze 4G, Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1 this month. Check out the full round-up below.
LG myTouch Q headed for T-Mobile. All previous myTouch devices were manufactured by HTC so this is going in a different direction.