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T-Mobile myTouch Gains HSPA+, Video Chat, and High-Rez Display

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Oct 4, 2010, 12:20 AM


It's good that it has a lot of features, as it sure is an ugly looking device 🙄
I'll ask HTC if they can make a pretty one for you. Would kittens and rainbows be acceptable?
Don't judge a book by its cover. Its going to look even nicer in person. 🤤 🤤
flip mode

Oct 4, 2010, 1:41 AM

Found my phone

finally...great specs and from htc. im in love! (provided nothing better comes out by tax time) 🤣
In wireless industry time, tax time is still light years away. But with the specs this thing has, you oughta be happy with it for quite some time. It even looks to me like it has a S-LCD screen! And there is no reason it should it shouldnt get the And...

Oct 4, 2010, 1:02 AM

Nice hardware

Although it does look ugly, the hardware is very decent. This phone uses the latest 2nd generation Snapdragon processor, so it will outperform most of today's 1GHz phones!

Here's an article that talks about 2nd generation Snapdragon processor:

http://smartphonebenchmarks.com/forum/index.php?/top ... »

front-facing camera is another nice tough!
C'mon this was an Ally Sheedy reference Mr Johnny Number 5 😲
ouch i kinda liked how the phone looks (based on this pic)

Oct 3, 2010, 11:59 PM

Nice job

This will be the first android phone to feature T-mobile's UMA technology which people left out. This is an awesome feature that no one knows about because T-Mobile just doesn't have the marketing budget to advertise it and people are too stupid to know how to set it up!
Tmobile does have a marketing budget. That freaking kids call free commercial won't stop playing.
renejreyes1 said:
This will be the first android phone to feature T-mobile's UMA technology

Keep in mind, this is not quite UMA. It's software based wifi calling, like skype, and there is no handoff to the mobile net...
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