T-Mobile myTouch Officially Announced; Runs Froyo, Supports HSPA+ Connectivity
T-Mobile has just announced the HTC-made myTouch handset, that comes with a 3.8 inch WVGA display and support for HSPA+ connectivity. The carrier selling the device claims that this handset will reach almost 4G speeds. We’re talking Android here and a Snapdragon processor under the hood.
The myTouch will be available in white, black, plum or red and it’ll come preloaded with Swype, HD games (Rock Band, Asphalt 5 and Monopoly). Also, there’s a Genius Button on board of the unit, powered by Dragon Dictation and allowing the user to send texts or make calls, even browse the web using only voice.
Here’s the full specs list for T-Mobile’s new hit:
OS: Android 2.2
CPU: Snapdragon, 1GHz
Display: 3.8 inch, WVGA touchscreen
Camera: 5MP, 720p HD video capture, front facing camera with Qik video support
Memory: pre-installed 8GB microSD card
No price or launch date yet, aside from “in time for the holidays”, as the carrier mentioned.