T-Mobile continues to push on with business as usual while everyone else is talking about their pending merger with AT&T. Today T-Mobile announced the latest edition to their T-Mobile MyTouch line, the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G. Over the past few weeks leaks about the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide became more and more frequent. Just prior to the announcement T-Mobile teased the world with a puzzle featuring a slide in it.
The MyTouch line is manufactured by HTC exclusively for T-Mobile and targets a broad range of T-Mobile customers. The T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide brings some very cool new features to the Android based phone.
The MyTouch 4G Slide features a 3.7″ beautiful WVGA super LCD touchscreen display with Swype. There is also a slide out qwerty keyboard. Under the hood is a 1.2ghz dual core Qualcomm SnapDragon processor. Coupled with T-Mobile’s 4G network and you have the fastest MyTouch to date.
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In addition to the Android phone features, the MyTouch 4G Slide is packing digital camera features that are worthy of replacing a traditional point and shoot digital camera. According to T-Mobile the MyTouch 4G Slide incorporates these camera features:
- Improved low-light Performance: with a backside illuminated sensor and a wide aperture lens (f/2.2)
- · Zero shutter lag: innovative software features allow for an instantaneous shot at that precise moment
- · SweepShot™: for capturing panoramic shots by sweeping across an entire scene in a single motion
- · ClearShot™ HDR: for capturing objects in bright settings so your photos are not affected by high-contrast lighting
- · BurstShot™: for capturing multiple photos in a quick burst so you don’t miss the perfect photo
T-Mobile is planning a July release for the MyTouch 4G Slide and a price of $199 after a $50 mail in rebate and on a new two year agreement. Don’t let that little AT&T/T-Mobile business scare you out of a new 2 year agreement with T-Mobile. Should T-Mobile end up selling to AT&T you would be grandfathered into your original T-Mobile contract. When it ends you will have the option of taking a new AT&T contract or leaving the company all together. The same option you’d have at the end of a two year agreement if T-Mobile wasn’t for sale.