T-Mobile USA is getting ready to launch two new myTouch Android handsets soon. This time they’re not made by the companies that manufactured the previous models (HTC and LG), but by Huawei.
We’ve already seen what the new Huawei-made MyTouch devices look like, and now we can even take a look at one of them in some live photos. The device in question is the non-QWERTY version (the other one should look exactly the same from the front). It runs Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread, and its About screen suggests it’s simply called T-Mobile myTouch. The handset’s features are not known for now, but it’s said that its display is a WVGA one.
T-Mobile USA could launch the new Huawei myTouch smartphones in May, though this is just a rumor for now. We’ll bring more on this as soon as new details are uncovered.
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