Jul 20 AT 9:38 AM Nick Gray 5 Comments

T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide now available online

The T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide is now available directly from T-Mobile’s website. The price of the handset is set at $199 after a $50 mail-in rebate and a two year contract.  T-Mobile’s typically pretty quick to mail out phones purchased through their site, so we’d imagine you could get your hands on the myTouch 4G Slide by Friday if you place your order today.  If you were planning to vist your local T-Mobile store and fiddle with the 4G Slide before making your purchasing decision, you may want to reschedule. The myTouch 4G Slide will not be showing up in stores until July 27th.

For more details about the myTouch 4G Slide, be sure to check out the handsets spec list and full press release.

Are any of you planning to purchase the myTouch 4G Slide?  Personally, I can’t wait to get my hands on the phone just to see if the camera lives up to all the hype.

Source: T-Mobile

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • http://www.kablowie.com Greg B

    Placed my order Monday night. Currently my order status page shows two conflicting dates. At the top, it says the estimated delivery is 7/25 (and that’s *with* the overnight shipping option), but midway down, in the shipping option box, it says “one business day, 7/21″. When I contacted support, they said there’s no tracking data so they couldn’t give me an official estimate, couldn’t say if 7/21 was an estimated ship date or delivery date…

    I placed my order Monday night when the phones went live on their site and the delivery estimate on my order status is NEXT Monday, and that’s with their fastest shipping option. All they’re saying is that it could arrive any time between now and then.

    This is not inspiring confidence.

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    Just ordered mine. I’m hoping this thing gots root pretty quickly so i can flash CM to it. Does anyone know if the camrea features will work if CM gets ported to the MT4GS?

    • http://www.kablowie.com Greg B

      Most of the camera features are implemented in software, not hardware. You’ll have the wide aperture for better low-light, but the rest of the stuff will depend on how the camera software runs on CM.

  • http://Website Choz

    I walked into a T-Mobile Store to look at the Sensation yesterday, and the clerk mentioned that he had a live MT4GS in the back. I then spent over an hour going back and forth between the two, comparing the cameras mostly. The camera software is similar, but where the Sensation has a selection of filters (like sepia, vignette, warm retro, etc.) the MT$GS has Modes, with burst shot, macro and the crowd pleasing, motion based panorama shooting “sweepshot”. However, he couldn’t sell it if he wanted to, and wasn’t even supposed to have it on display yet.

    It has shaken my confidence a bit, now, both phones are so nicely done…

  • http://Website Where’s my 4G Slide?

    I ordered my phone a few days ago. It should arrive today or on Monday. I love the HTC Sensation (purchased is a week ago) but couldn’t live without a keyboard. I went form the G1 to the G2. I’m hoping the MT4GS will be the right fit.