T-Mobile HTC ‘myTouch’ Announced with HSPA+ and Android 2.2 Froyo Goodness

October 4, 2010, By Atul Roach

T-Mobile UK is surely on the move with a number of top-of-the-line Android devices ready to greet the customers this holiday season and the US wing of the Carrier isn’t disappointing us either. While the T-Mobile subscribers are geared up for a G2 release, the Carrier is in the mood to spring up more holiday gifts. T-Mobile is ready to spring up the new HTC ‘myTouch’ surprise and just before you confuse anything, this isn’t a new version of the myTouch 3G, but simply the ‘myTouch’. Also it is important not to confuse this smartphone with the earlier purported nomenclature of the myTouch HD.

The good thing is that this ‘myTouch’ will be the second phone on the T-Mobile network to run on high speed HSPA+ network after the upcoming G2. Unlike the myTouch 3G, ‘myTouch’ will feature a speedier 1GHz Snapdragon processing option which will be way faster than the relative 600 MHz CPU of the myTouch 3G.

Also, this smartphone will feature Android 2.2 Froyo which means that this will definitely fall into the top Android smartphones category. What is more is a couple of cameras on the myTouch where the rear option has been tuned up to 5MP while the front-facing camera is good enough for face-time chats.

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