Oct 07 AT 1:14 AM Taylor Wimberly 17 Comments

T-Mobile to launch limited edition Fender MT3G

Here is a late night press release that caught us by surprise. Apparently T-Mobile is launching a limited edition myTouch 3G that is styled like a Fender guitar. The phone boost a 16 GB microSD card and adds a 3.5 mm headphone jack. There are no pictures of the phone available, but I expect some will show up in the next few days.

Perfect for the music lover, the T-Mobile® myTouchâ„¢ 3G Fenderâ„¢ Limited Edition is the newest in the T-Mobile myTouch franchise. Anticipated for later this year, the myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition has a guitar-inspired wood-grain finish and provides access to the growing Android Market, which now offers more than 10,000 applications. In addition to offering the vast personalization options and integration of Googleâ„¢ services available on the myTouch 3G, customers can also enjoy a more complete mobile media experience with a 3.5mm headset jack, pre-installed 16GB microSD card, and exclusive pre-loaded video and audio clips by iconic musicians.

Update (10/7): Added images from T-Mobile

Classic Fender looks

Classic Fender looks

3.5mm headphone jack

3.5mm headphone jack

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  • TheBigCheese

    I’m not really sure why anyone would by a MyTouch for music when iPhone basically owns the entire market.

    • Rizoh66

      You are one stupid person big cheese…

    • Pieter

      haha bigcheese you celicant (get it?). iphone doesnt own shit…

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      dumbass it’s Buy not by

  • NotSoSilent

    Because not everyone is on AT&T

  • Pieter
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    so by the looks of it, it doesn’t look like the fender mt3g will support the custom backs the original does. if you look closely on the picture of the back you can see the 3.5mm jack is far enough back to mess with it enough to make it look like it won’t work. any confirmation on this?

  • esh

    Even though it looks bad ass, I’m not giving up my original just for a 3.5mm jack and 16gb mem stick which I know is not gonna be a class 6 mem stick. I’m keeping this and wait for the end of 2010.

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  • agubby!

    okk? wtf! tmobile is launching this? do you think it’ll be over $300? i<33boys!

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  1. TheBigCheeseGuest 6 years ago

    I’m not really sure why anyone would by a MyTouch for music when iPhone basically owns the entire market.

    • Rizoh66Guest 6 years ago

      You are one stupid person big cheese…

    • PieterGuest 6 years ago

      haha bigcheese you celicant (get it?). iphone doesnt own shit…

    • salsalGuest 5 years ago

      dumbass it’s Buy not by

  2. NotSoSilentGuest 6 years ago

    Because not everyone is on AT&T

  3. rufphusGuest 6 years ago

    so by the looks of it, it doesn’t look like the fender mt3g will support the custom backs the original does. if you look closely on the picture of the back you can see the 3.5mm jack is far enough back to mess with it enough to make it look like it won’t work. any confirmation on this?

  4. eshGuest 6 years ago

    Even though it looks bad ass, I’m not giving up my original just for a 3.5mm jack and 16gb mem stick which I know is not gonna be a class 6 mem stick. I’m keeping this and wait for the end of 2010.

  5. Android and MeGuest 6 years ago

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  7. Android and MeGuest 6 years ago

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  8. agubby!Guest 5 years ago

    okk? wtf! tmobile is launching this? do you think it’ll be over $300? i<33boys!

  9. Game scopeGuest 5 years ago

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