Not long after unveiling the Samsung Behold II, T-Mobile USA has now announced more new phones from its holiday lineup: T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition, T-Mobile Tap, Nokia 3711 and Motorola Cliq (well, we already knew that the Cliq is coming).
The T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition is presented as being perfect for music lovers. This myTouch 3G remake has “a guitar-inspired wood-grain finish” and features a 3.5mm headset jack, as well as a 16GB memory card. The smartphone should be available “later this year”, coming with exclusive video and audio clips. Unfortunately, there’s no image of it available yet.
The price of T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition was not announced, but it’s probably higher than the price of the regular myTouch 3G ($149.99 on contract).
Next we have the T-Mobile Tap, which seems to be a rebranded Huawei U7510.
T-Mobile Tap features 3G, GPS, TeleNav location based services, stereo Bluetooth, and a 2MP camera. Its price and exact release date were not unveiled.
And finally, we have the Nokia 3711, an S40 clamshell phone with a hidden external display, 3G, GPS, Nokia Maps, Bluetooth and a 2MP camera.
T-Mobile USA will sell the Nokia 3711 starting the coming weeks. No word yet on the phone’s price.
Via Press release
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