Update: Check out the myTouch 3G fender edition in the picture above! We think it turned out quite well!

If you thought T-Mobile would just forget about the myTouch 3G especially since the Motorola CLIQ is coming up, you were wrong. T-Mobile has just announced that they'll be releasing a myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition that'll pack a 3.5mm headphone jack complete with pre-loaded songs (on a 16gb microSD card). Along with the music-heavy features, the Fender myTouch 3G will sport a wood finish made famous by Fender guitars.

We love music as much as you do, so to see a legendary brand name like Fender tied to Android is a wonderful thing. We're hoping that Fender and T-Mobile can pull off the wood design on the myTouch 3G because the cynic inside us thinks it may come off a little too tacky.

What do you guys think?

[via engadget]

hit the jump to see the front face of the myTouch 3G Fender Edition!


Reader comments

T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition Adds 3.5 mm Headphone Jack, Wood Design


While I thought (and still think) renaming the phone to myTouch3G was a dumb idea, it's great to see that not all the marketing folk were out to lunch.

This kind of endorsement only elevates Android's credibility and cool factor.

It is cool that T-mobile is branching out to get creative ideas, I like the 3.5mm jack and the 16Gb card, but I don't know about the wood. Maybe a color change like from a Fender would make me get that phone in a heartbeat. I will wait and see how the wood looks. I don't really know about it yet.

I like the color. Its like an original 2 tone starbust 1950's fender stratocaster. Wouldn't but it though unless the icons or programs had more to do with music or guitars.