Many wondered what T-Mobile was thinking when they branded HTC Dream’s (Android G1) follow-up “myTouch”, but now it’s all starting to make sense: the name refers to the high customizability of the device.



During a myTouch event that took place yesterday, T-Mobile offered a preview of the many accessories they’ll be launching for their new Android phone. All sorts of customizable “toys” are on the list, from skins to replacement battery covers, holsters, battery extenders and wrist straps.

As one of Mobile Crunch’s readers pointed out, T-Mobile is slowly becoming the carrier for kids and teenagers, if you consider what kind of products they include in the their portofolio. We’ll just leave Verizon to handle the business side, right?

[via mobilecrunch]

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