Rumors have been circulating for a while that T-Mobile's next myTouch phone will be built my Chinese manufacturer Huawei. Now it seems we have more evidence of this, as the first photos of a myTouch device with Huawei logos has leaked out on TmoNews.
The photos show the familiar rounded myTouch design, with four capacitive buttons and a lightly skinned Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Around the back there's a microSD card slot, a Tmo SIM card loaded and a big ol' Huawei-branded battery. The device in today's pics is lacks a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, though a Huawei-made myTouch slider has appeared in earlier leaked renders.
Hit the source link for the full set of pics, and let us know whether you're happy to see see Huawei taking over myTouch duties from HTC and LG over in the comments.
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