T-Mobile Announces myTouch 3G

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Bout damn time! T-Mobile officially announced the myTouch 3G today. It’ll drop next month and is quite the improvement over the Google G1. It’ll of course use the Android OS but will come packed with a nice big 3.2-inch display, WiFi, a 3.2-megapixel shooter and Exchange support. It’ll ship in black, white or merlot and should retail for $199.99 with a two-year contract. Overpriced? Maybe, but this is T-Mobile’s only shot at a standout phone this summer.

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  1. I for one am very excited to get myTouch3G. I’ve been using an unlocked iPhone on T-Mobile for a while now.

    I like T-Mobile’s network where I live and the call quality is excellent. I’ve been testing their 3G network out here in LA and I like what I see. They don’t have 80 million users clogging up the network so at least in my area it’s all mine for the taking. 😉 No complaints here!

    I text and email a lot for my business. Using a virtual keyboard is good for quick stuff, like searches. An actual keyboard is a must. If only the MyTouch had a slide out keyboard. It would be awesome.

    I would have preferred a 3.5 mm jack, but when I stop and think about how many times I’d need it it’s really a moot point. I use my Nano for music and a BT headset for calls while driving.

    Discuss more about this phone at http://www.myTouch3GForum.com, I usually hangs out there.

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