If you want to get your hands on T-Mobile's MyTouch 4G Slide, and don't want to wait for it to show up in stores on July 27, you can now place your order at T-Mobile website. The MyTouch 4G Slide (check out the initial review) is HTC's latest tech, thrown into a package with a horizontal sliding qwerty, and one heck of a camera. It will cost you $200 after contract and a pesky mail-in rebate, or $500 if you want to buy it outright. My first impressions tell me that it's a great update from the original MyTouch slider, or even the MyTouch 4G. We've got an ongoing Q&A thread in the forums, and I'll have a full detailed review shortly. If you're ready to buy, hit the source link and have at it!
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