There’s no stopping T-Mobile from unveiling new Android handsets. Hot on the heels of announcing G2, the successor of G1 which will hit retail stores tomorrow, the US based telecom operator has announced myTouch.

From the PR it seems as if the Android powered device is being targeted as a multimedia oriented device:

Built with families in mind, the newest T-Mobile myTouch helps solve the challenges of staying physically and emotionally connected by sharing photos and video with the HD Camcorder, spontaneous face-to-face conversations through Video Chat and the ability to reach 4G speeds on T-Mobile’s new network

Here is a look at the more notable specs of the phone:

  • 1 Ghz processor.
  • 5 MP camera.
  • 3.8 inch capacitive multi-touch screen.
  • Android 2.2
  • WiFi
  • 3G/4G
  • Bluetooth
  • 8 GB built-in microSD card.

We have kept the best for the last. HTC manufactured myTouch which will see daylight near the holiday season comes equipped with three new and unique features (at least by name):

Genius Button™, powered by Dragon Dictation from Nuance, which lets customers call, text, e-mail or access the internet with a simple voice command; Faves Gallery™, which offers shortcuts to one’s most-contacted family and friends; and myModes, which creates customized home screens for work and home

And if you are a game loving smartphone user, you will be glad to know that myTouch will become pre-equipped with HD quality popular gaming titles namely: Rock Band, Asphalt 5 and Monopoly.

[via AndroidCentral]



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