T-Mobile has added two more devices to their MyTouch line of Android phones. This time around though, they are being manufactured by LG and not HTC. Although we learned about this change by rumor a few months back, there was never any word as to why T-Mobile switched manufacturers for their franchise brand.
T-Mobile has announced the MyTouch and the MyTouch Q. In a press release sent out this evening T-Mobile has positioned both new MyTouch devices as transition devices for those looking to adopt the benefits of smartphones for the first itme.
Both devices are running Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” and are powered by a 1ghz Qualcomm processor. The MyTouch features a 3.8 inch touch screen and popular virtual keyboard Swype. The Mytouch Q features a 3.5 inch touch screen and a physical slide out qwerty keyboard.
The MyTouch and the MyTouch Q both have five mega pixel cameras with 720p HD video recording capabilities. both devices also feature front facing camera with access to T-Mobile video chat powered by Qik. On board media apps include T-Mobile TV with Mobile HD, Netflix and Youtube.
The T-Mobile MyTouch is available in black or white while the MyTouch Q is available in gray or violet.
T-Mobile says that both phones will be available in time for the holidays. This leaked roadmap suggests that date would be November 2nd.