Today, T-Mobile USA has launched the myTouch 4G, its latest Android smartphone made by HTC.
The carrier directly sells the myTouch 4G for $199.99 with a 2-yr contract, but you can get it for much less.
Interestingly, with the launch of myTouch 4G, T-Mobile feels entitled to say that it now has a handset that puts AT&T’s iPhone to shame (at least from the video-calling point of view). Check out the commercial below:
T-Mobile has added 4G to the name of its new myTouch because it’s promoting its HSPA+ network as America’s largest 4G network. Of course, HSPA+ is not 4G, so maybe what the carrier’s doing isn’t quite fair.
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