T-Mobile’s myTouch line of Android-powered devices has always been about offering affordable smartphones to the magenta carrier’s customers, sometimes even with high-end features offered at a low price. As such, myTouch certainly has its fans.
Those will be happy to know that there’s a refresh of the myTouch line planned for this year, and the two new smartphones will this time be made by Huawei. Past partners for the myTouch line include HTC and LG.
The two new myTouch smartphones (pictured above) will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and will have the model numbers U8680 and U8730. The only difference between them will be a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard.
Both will have a 480×800 touchscreen, and that’s all we know about their specs for now. Although they will clearly be well-priced (read:cheap). We’ll obviously bring you more details once they leak out.
The two new myTouch devices are slated for a late spring release, possibly at the end of May.
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