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Having been previously announced as arriving 'in time for the holidays', T-Mobile has now given more firm dates for the T-Mobile myTouch and myTouch Q availablity. Planned roll-out will start happening on the T-Mobile website come Nov. 2, with Nationwide availability happening on November 9th,  No matter which device you pick, each will cost $79.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate, with a two-year service agreement and qualifying classic voice and data plan. Shared specs include Android 2.3, a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 5MP camera with 720p video.

Source: T-Mobile Facebook

 
There are 13 comments

ballistic90 says:

Those things are kinda ugly.

turb0wned says:

Google should do something about this...

Every company should only be able to produce 2 phones a year. One top of the line and one low end phone.

Only time a company can make a third is if they are picked to be the maker of the Nexus.

Wicell says:

A nice concept, but it's a slightly faulted one. Google cannot control what the manufacturers make, they can only control the source code of Android.

Also with the limit on phones that can be produced per you you limit the amount of innovation that occur. New ideas are thought up everyday, but they aren't put on hold. If you limit the phones that are produced that means you won't get new designs and new tech, they'll have phones that end up like the Bionic and T-bolt, hyped up old tech that was cutting edge at the time of conception and out-dated at the moment of delivery.

tronthedon says:

TiPB is that way ----->

So much space is wasted on that bezel...makes me sad

Wicell says:

These phones are hideous and a disgrace to the myTouch line. I understand T-mo wants to add more consumer budget-friendly phones to their lineup but at least have some kind of standard. The screens are small for the space provided. Not even dual core. Just ordinary black slaps... Pitiful effort T-mo.

angryGTS says:

I agree, not even an upgrade of the current Mytouch 4g, same processor and video capture resolution, the only good thing is the capacitive buttons, the buttons on my Mytouch 4g are starting to stick :( and even the current Mytouch 4g has a lot of wasted space on top of the phone, the screen could have easily been bigger, but oh well.

DWR_31 says:

This is T-Mobile trying to keep the MyTouch branding alive...

Brianadfl says:

i like that weather/homescreen mashup. any apps in the market like that?

Eleazar6 says:

For the love of all that is holy, make that buggering spacebar longer!

ricbon says:

quit your bitching people this is what makes android so great different strokes for differnet folks. Not everybody gets the flagship like not everybody drives a bentley!!

Eleazar6 says:

^^ yep. My brother wouldn't have gotten into android if it weren't for the $30 Optimus T. He now has a Galaxy S II and leaves iPod touch at home.

Mes3 says:

Why is there so much space between the buttons and the screen?