T-Mobile has just announced that they will be shipping the myTouch 4G from November 3rd onwards, where it will retail for $199.99 on a 2-year contract. Sounds pretty expensive, although we do know that Wirefly and a bunch of other retailers have already priced the myTouch 4G for $150. It really depends on which mobile carrier you’re comfortable with ultimately, so the discrepancy in pricing might or might not play a major role in your purchase decision, depending on your financial standing at the moment. While the myTouch 4G is still a 3G handset, it was not named 4G for nothing since it can access the HSPA+ network. Other hardware specifications include a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel, 720p-capable camera, Android 2.2 Froyo and T-Mobile’s customized version of Sense UI insteand of the one HTC normally delivers. Of course, earlier in the day, someone unboxed a T-Mobile device which has been confirmed to be called the myTouch 4G, so there shouldn’t be any more qualms about its naming convention, eh?
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