Say Hello to a New GooglePhone: The T-Mobile MyTouch

T-Mobile hosting a music concert to promote the myTouch in downtown San Francisco. In comparison, buyers (still) line up outside of Apple's stores.

T-Mobile hosting a music concert to promote the myTouch in Downtown San Francisco. In comparison, buyers (still) line-up outside the Apple stores.

T-Mobile has released its much-awaited MyTouch, a 3G touchscreen smartphone that’s powered by Google’s Android. With a 2-year contract, you can get it for $199. This is the first of many Android-powered phones being launched by T-Mobile USA. If you read my review earlier this summer, then you know that this device is truly worth the wait. From my original review: “T-Mobile is calling this 3G handset (with built-in Wi-Fi), myTouch, not exactly the most original or mellifluous name, but from a device standpoint, it is a worthy smartphone.” The camera on this device is pretty bad, mind you. But apart from that, it is a “very worthy competitor to current smartphone champions.” (Read my interview with Cole Brodman, CTO of T-Mobile USA.)

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