Two of T-Mobile USA’s unannounced smartphones, HTC MyTouch 3G and BlackBerry Gemini 8520, have just appeared in some leaked photos, confirming the fact that they’ll be soon launched by the fourth largest US carrier.
Obviously running on Android (version 1.5, more exactly), T-Mobile MyTouch 3G looks exactly as you’d expect: a slightly modified version of the HTC Magic, which is already available in Europe.
The MyTouch 3G will be released in three color versions (black, white and merlot), but we only have images with the white one:
T-Mobile should announce the new Android smartphone this summer, but there’s no word yet on when exactly this will happen.
As for T-Mobile’s BlackBerry Gemini 8520 (aka Curve 8520), this looks just like the unbranded 8520:
Its features should include a QVGA display, optical trackpad, Wi-Fi, a 2MP camera and quad-band GSM/EDGE connectivity.
The Gemini / Curve 8520 should be out before the end of 2009, coming with a rather low price tag.
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