BELLEVUE, USA – An internal email sent by T-Mobile USA confirms that the carrier will release its myTouch 4G smartphone on the 3rd of November.
The release date has for long been rumoured as this one, but now with visual confirmation, prospecting customers may want to start saving for this high-end smartphone.
T-Mobile has quite an extensive Google Android device portfolio, having been the first network operator to retail a handset based on the platform, and it has recently began offering the successor to the first Android phone, trading as the T-Mobile G2.
The myTouch 4G, also known as the myTouch HD, does bring HD video recording, just like other recent high-end handsets. Assisted GPS, a front-facing camera for video calling, and Bluetooth are just some of the device’s other components.
The handset will be providing streaming of videos from the phone to a compatible TV in HD. The inclusion of the G button, or the Genius button, replaces the search key from the HTC models, and aids in voice command and customisation of shortcuts in the phone.
The handset will be powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8255 processor, feature a 5 megapixel camera, a 3.8″ display, and bring an 8GB microSD memory card in the sales package.
Being launched in November allows T-Mobile to market the handset properly for the Christmas sales season, and also fix any of the usual software issues that may arise.