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T-Mobile Reveals myTouch And myTouch Q Android Smartphones

T-Mobile Reveals myTouch And myTouch Q Android Smartphones

For a carrier that may be absorbed by AT&T in a few months, T-Mobile USA is really crankin' out the new phones. Of course, that deal seems to be in jeopardy, and the carrier has to keep on keeping on just in case things don't pan out. And we aren't complaining about a few new phones, that's for sure. The company just rolled out two new ones in the ever-expanded myTouch line: the myTouch and myTouch Q.

Both handsets are build by LG, and both support T-Mob's "4G" (HSPA+) data network. The myTouch touts a 3.8-inch touch screen and a virtual keyboard with Swype while the myTouch Q is equipped with a 3.5-inch touch screen plus a physical slide-out full QWERTY keyboard. There's also a 1GHz Qualcomm processor, Android 2.3, Qik, a 5MP camera, 720p HD movie mode and the myTouch even has a front-facing camera with access to T-Mobile Video Chat. The T-Mobile myTouch is offered in two colors — either black or white — while the T-Mobile myTouch Q is offered in either gray or violet. Both phones are expected to be available in time for the holiday season, but pricing hasn't been made public just yet.

T-Mobile myTouch Line Expands with Two New Smartphones: T-Mobile myTouch and T-Mobile myTouch Q
The latest in the myTouch family offer an easy transition for first-time smartphone owners

BELLEVUE, Wash., Oct 06, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced the upcoming availability of the new T-Mobile(R) myTouch(R) and the T-Mobile(R) myTouch(R) Q, both by LG, as the latest Android(TM)-powered smartphones to join T-Mobile's line of myTouch products running on America's Largest 4G Network(R). The myTouch and myTouch Q, designed to be easily set-up on the first day and continue to be easy to use, are perfect for individuals adopting the benefits of smartphones for the first-time.

The myTouch and myTouch Q are designed with a number of features that make them approachable, including the option of two different styles of hardware to suit customer needs: the myTouch touts a 3.8-inch touch screen and a virtual keyboard with Swype(R), while the myTouch Q is equipped with a 3.5-inch touch screen plus a physical slide-out full QWERTY keyboard.

To help customers not only get up and running and keep running, the myTouch and myTouch Q offer a number of useful tools, including the following:

-- Set-up Wizard: Simple instructions for quick e-mail and social network integration

-- Tips Widget: A quick "how-to" providing an overview of the available device features, including a collection of instructional videos

-- Genius Button(TM): One-shot voice commands to call, text, or search the Web all with the press of a button

"When moving to their first smartphone, customers want a simple and uncomplicated experience without compromising on quality," said Andrew Sherrard, senior vice president, marketing, T-Mobile USA. "With the introduction of these new myTouch smartphones paired with our worry-free data plans and fast 4G network, we're making it easier than ever to step up to 4G experiences."

Both devices are powered by Android(TM) 2.3 (Gingerbread) and a 1GHz Qualcomm(R) processor giving customers the power and functionality they desire. Additionally, the myTouch and myTouch Q are equipped with advanced multimedia features, including a 5-megapixel camera and 720p HD video recorder for capturing photos and videos while on the go. The myTouch also includes a front-facing camera with access to T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik(TM) for face-to-face video chat.

With access to T-Mobile's 4G network*, the myTouch and myTouch Q allow customers to browse the Web, access email and social networking services, download free and paid applications through Android Market(TM), and much more. Both devices also offer built-in entertainment applications, including T-Mobile(R) TV in Mobile HD, Netflix(R) and YouTube(R) for real-time mobile video streaming and on-demand TV and movies. 
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Bad luck these companies can not have a certain safety in their future or else they would be able to carry out future plans without being offput by heresay & the like.

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