Excerpt: They're back, and this time they're made by Huawei. The T-Mobile myTouch and myTouch Q are the affordable Android smartphone twins for summer. These new models replace the LG manufactured last generation myTouches; and yes it's confusing that the names never change even though the phones do.
Pros: Affordable smartphones at feature phone prices. The myTouch Q has an increasingly rare QWERTY hardware keyboard.
Cons: Single core CPUs, occasional lag, old OS version.
Excerpt: I have wanted to like Android for quite some time. I really did. I kept trying device after device hoping that the next device would be “the one”. Sadly, that never seemed to happen.
Pros: Heavy and well-constructed; crisp middle-of-the-road screen size; physical buttons; good back camera, usable front camera; holds signal well; T-Mobile customizations add to ease of use; Genius Button/Dragon Dictation make this a great device to use on the go; rubber on sides makes it comfortable ...
Cons: Battery life is average; speaker is horrid; already “old technology”; Android 2.2
T-Mobile myTouch 4G Review Roundup: T-Mobile's Best
3 January 2011
Excerpt: It seems like only a few days ago the nation's fourth largest carrier launched its highly anticipated and first HSPA+ device - the G2. Those of us who aren't keyboard fans, however, didn't have to wait long, as yesterday T-Mobile introduced a second Android device to join HSPA+ ranks: the myTouch...
Excerpt: Aaron takes a look at T-Mobile's myTouch 4G , the carrier's second HSPA+ device and a direct competitor to the T-Mobile G2. Sporting a 1 GHz processor, 3.8-inch display, 5-megapixel camera, and Android 2.2, is it the T-Mobile phone to have? Part 2 of 2
Excerpt: For the last several days I’ve had the opportunity to review T-Mobile’s latest HSPA+ phone (which they’re billing as 4G): the myTouch 4G. I haven’t been particularly impressed with the older siblings in the myTouch family, and brought that scepticism with me.
Excerpt: T-Mobile myTouch 4G was released on November 3 and hit the markets as another Android powered high-end smartphone, which comes with quite powerful features to give users fully enjoyable performance. By many considered…
Conclusion: If you can overlook the poor battery life it exhibits, you'll find the T-Mobile myTouch 4G to offer a high-level of performance that will appease almost anyone in the market for a smartphone.
Pros: Brilliant display, Streamlined solid construction, HSPA+ connectivity, Ability to do video calls, Responsive and quick performance
Cons: Weak and screechy speakerphone, Poor battery life, Mesh of design styles
Excerpt: I was extremely excited to get my T-Mobile G2 when it arrived, but even more excited by the arrival of a myTouch 4G yesterday. This is the best device I have seen from T-Mobile. It feels great in your hands, has a good weight to it and runs like a dream as long as you like Sense.
Excerpt: Wirefly put together a short browser speed test between these 2 powerhouse devices to really show you how they can perform. I can’t say I was surprised by the results of this test but it was nice to see the speeds compared side by side. I don’t even have to tell you who wins.