Review: Huawei myTouch and myTouch Q for T-Mobile
Huawei is the latest phone maker to tackle T-Mobile's myTouch series, which come in two varieties: with and without QWERTY keyboard. Does Huawei fill the shows previously worn by LG and HTC? Phone Scoop delivers the verdict.
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Huawei delivers not one, but two myTouch Android smartphones to T-Mobile. The myTouch line has always landed in the middle of T-Mobile's Android line-up, and these two additions from Huawei fit snugly in that classification. They aren't chock full of the latest specs, but they both offer plenty of power and performance in attractive packaging. The myTouch is a slender slab and the myTouch Q bulks up with a QWERTY keyboard. Which one is right for you? Phone Scoop has the word.
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After playing with them, I can attest that this is a solid entry level smartphone for the price - enough so that my girlfriend had my blessing when she decided to upgrade her old Samsung Comeback to get her first true smartphone. (As she is on a Value plan, she paid the full cost up front, which is $350. Had she not insisted on a physical keyboard I would have steered her toward...
I'm an advanced android user and also tech support for phones, so I was initially concerned when I learned that the new myTouch line was going to be put out by Huawei. This was the company responsible for the Tap an