T-Mobile Announces myTouch and myTouch Q The 4G-enabled Smartphones
T-Mobile has today announced two 4G enable handsets from Huawei, each T-Mobile MyTouch and T-Mobile MyTouch Q. The two devices was mentioned each have similar features. The difference is myTouch uses the virtual keyboard with Swype while myTouch Q using a slide out QWERTY keyboard. Features embedded in the two newcomers to the T-Mobile’s shelf are a 1.4GHz processor (likely single core), 4-inch WVGA screen, and phones equipped with a 5MP rear camera with auto-focus and LED flash as well both devices also sport a front-facing camera for video chat.
In Operating Systems, the T-mobile MyTouch still running Android 2.3 Gingerbread version not use Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Its seem to indicate the T-Mobile was set the mobile phone for low end market sector. Segmentation at the low end market done by the carrier to meet the desires of consumers who need a cheap phone with good performance and enough features. Penetration in those markets as an attempt to bring all Android phone lines so that the carrier offers a variety of low-cost variant of Android phones.
The T-Mobile MyTouch will be available in two colors offered in black or dark red, and the T-Mobile MyTouch Q will be offered in black or white. Both devices are expected coming to August 8th for $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate card with a two-year agreement on a qualifying plan.