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Review: Huawei myTouch and myTouch Q for T-Mobile

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Music

There are plenty of options for music fans. In addition to the Google Play Store and Google Play Music apps, the devices also include an FM radio, T-Mobile's Music Hub, and Slacker. The T-Mobile Hub is an online music store run by T-Mobile. It includes regular tracks, ringtones, and music apps. Individual tracks cost $1.29, and include both a version optimized for the phone and one for your PC.

 

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Video

Video fanatics will be pleased with the offerings on the myTouch (Q). The Play Store is available for movie and television show purchases/rentals. Netflix is also on board. T-Mobile Live TV is present and accounted for, and so is DLNA for sharing to other devices, such as TV sets. DLNA works with the native video player app only, and not Netflix. The T-Mobile Live TV app offers bite-sized chunks of mobile video that is streamed over the network. The app was a wee bit slow to load and run, and video quality was choppy.

 

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