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Quick Look At The T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide

Last year around this time T-Mobile was introducing the T-Mobile MyTouch 3G Slide.  At the time it was a novel idea to add a keyboard to the MyTouch 3G however it wasn’t as epic an upgrade as the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide is from the original T-Mobile MyTouch 4G.

The T-Mobile MyTouch 4G slide doesn’t just add a keyboard to the existing T-Mobile MyTouch 4G. It adds a 1.2ghz dual core Qualcomm snap dragon processor.  It also adds a reworked Genius button powered by Nuance.  In the interface department it gives you an upgrade to HTC Sense 3.o however that’s not the biggest part of the MyTouch 4G Slide.

More after the break including video:

The T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide offers the best camera on any smartphone that’s out there to date.  The 8 mega pixel rear facing camera provides enhancements for low light, zero lag for taking quick photos and having the camera ready all the time, burst shot and much more.  With the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide there’s no reason to keep that old point and shoot around. Now we’re not saying that this phone could replace a DSLR but for every day picture taking and to capture the moment in nearly every situation this phone nails it.

The genius button isn’t a new feature to the MyTouch family but it’s been reworked and the voice response, powered by nuance, is amazing.  You can call a contact, send a message, search the internet or find a business from the Genius button. You can also use the genius button to control music playback by using a simple “Play” command.

Like the MyTouch 3G Slide, the MyTouch 4G Slide features a full 4 row qwerty keyboard that makes texting, emailing or any other text input a breeze. When you would rather use a virtual keyboard, the MyTouch 4G Slide comes with SWYPE, which is usually a staple with Samsung phones, this time the HTC built MyTouch 4G slide has it too.

The MyTouch 4G Slide will set you back about $199 (but you can find better deals sometimes) on a new two year agreement. As we’ve said with just about every phone we’ve reviewed since the merger announcement, don’t worry if T-Mobile gets bought out by AT&T you’ll be grandfathered into your T-Mobile contract as a customer of AT&T.

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