T-MobileSecond Google Android Phone to Launch in August
Already bored Palm and iPhone 3G Pre-S and frenzied search for something different? Feasible to consider your T-Mobile myTouch 3G, both Google Android-based phone to hit the U.S. is slim, lightweight phone sports a 3.2-inch touchscreen HVGA screen and virtual keyboard, which orients automatically from portrait mode to landscape in many applications over the phone built-in accelerometer. myTouch 3G also has a music player integration of Amazon MP3, and 3.2-megapixel camera.You can also record video - features that have been lost in the G1 start - thanks to the Android 1.5 update that came preloaded on myTouch. As the iPhone and OS 3.0 (which is also the long-awaited video recording capability), you can upload video easily from YouTube directly to the camera app.
U.S. Android fans have been teased with the follow-up to T-Mobile G1 since early this year. First, in February, we see the HTC Magic, which launched on Vodafone in Europe. Although there is no announcement U.S. carrier, appears to be likely that they will start in the T-Mobile as the successor to the G1. With the exception of some sketchy rumors and photos are also no solid news about the "G2" for Google I / O conference in May. Attendees received Ion Google, developer version of the HTC Magic. And with the phone is T-Mobile SIM, which is pretty much confirmation Magic destination.
MyTouch which will be available for pre-order at this time for T-Mobile customers starting July 8. The phone will cost $ 200 with a two-year agreement put in the same price as iPhone 16 GB Pre-3GS and Palm. Devices that are sold through pre-sales will begin shipping in late July and national retail availability myTouch planned for early August. Will be available in black, white or merlot.
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