T-Mobile myTouch 3G with Google unveiled



Folks who have long looked forward to the new myTouch 3G smartphone from T-Mobile need not fret and twiddle with their thumbs any more as the mobile carrier has already made the myTouch 3G available in both traditional brick-and-mortar stores as well as online sources. Apart from that, T-Mobile ensures that your myTouch 3G would not be released in an ordinary manner, having introduced a bunch of accessories and customized shells as well to help you personalize your latest device in order to stand out from others who have a similar smartphone.

The myTouch 3G is one smartphone that is worth checking out for both its exterior design and interior prowess. On the outside, you will find that it comes in a sleek design and has a lightweight feel to it, and you’re also able to churn up your very own shell design through a wide range of routes including uploading a personal photo, graphic design, or picking from various texts, shapes, icons or logos. Once you’re happy with the final design, it can be custom-printed onto the shell and shipped straight to your doorstep.

Personalization of the myTouch 3G doesn’t just happen on the outside though, as you can also opt to throw in a bunch of new widgets, icons and wallpapers that are added straight onto the home screen. The introduction of Android Market will further enable users to browse through thousands of applications that will further enhance your user experience, and you can remain connected at all times in a speedy manner thanks to T-Mobile’s ever expanding 3G network which has already snaked its way across 176 cities nationwide with no signs of slowing down or stopping. Interested? The HTC-designed T-Mobile myTouch 3G will retail for a relatively affordable $199.99 with a two-year agreement, where you can choose from black, white and merlot colors.

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YASKY Says: August 10, 2009 at 5:58 pm

I thought it’s google phone

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