Review: Huawei myTouch and myTouch Q for T-Mobile
The myTouch (Q) runs the stock Android web browser. It's a capable piece of software. T-Mobile also tossed in a permanent shortcut (i.e., you can't delete it) to its web2go home page. The browser works well when paired with T-Mobile's HSPA+ network. Web pages loaded quickly, for the most part, and the software renders mobile-optimized and full HTML web sites depending on your preferences.
Neither myTouch is as customizable as I'd like it to be. My biggest gripe is with the main app menu, which can only be viewed as a vertical grid. You can't even arrange the icons as you'd like. There's also way too much bloatware that can't be deleted. Toss in the inability to customize the lock screen shortcuts, and you have a frustrated Eric. That said, it's still easy enough to alter wallpapers, ringtones, etc.
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