The myTouch family is growing. T-Mobile has put up the “Coming Soon” pages for two new myTouch devices on the official website (ahead of announcement). And boy, do these look good.
These bad boys are the T-Mobile myTouch (Black) and the T-Mobile myTouch Q (by LG). Sadly, not much is known about the specs for these devices, and much of what is reveled seems doubtful. As of now, devices coming out with the specs listed on T-Mobile’s “Coming Soon” pages are very rare, and our friends from TmoNews entertain the idea that much of the information could just be a placeholder.
For starters, the listed specs do not mention a front-facing camera on the myTouch (Black), but there seems to be one in the image. It’s also suspicious that these devices claim to support enhanced 4G data speeds of up to 42 Mbps, since TmoNews’ latest leaked roadmap shows that these devices will be 3G only.
T-Mobile’s website claims these devices are identical. The only difference is that one of them has a physical slide-out keyboard (myTouch Q), while the other is touch only. However, although both devices are said to have a “Genius Button,” only the myTouch Q seems to have one in the images.
If these specs (or some of them) prove to be real, these devices will come with a 1 GHz processor (quantity of cores not specified), a 5 MP rear-facing camera and a 1500 mAh battery. Of course, the myTouch Q also has that nice slide-out keyboard for all the typing monsters out there.
We know much is left unsaid. Trust us, we want to know more, too. Sadly, this is all we have. But an announcement should be right around the corner. Hopefully we’ll see more detailed specs then and find out if this info was just a placeholder.
Take a look at the images posted below. If you want more information, go to T-Mobile’s pages for the myTouch and the myTouch Q. How many myTouch fans do we have here? Is anyone waiting to get one of these? Keyboard or touch only?
So, it seems like releasing these pages was indeed a mistake, and T-Mobile has now removed the phones from the site. Also, as our reader dethduck mentions, the T-Mobile myTouch (Black) does actually have a “Genius Button.” The only difference is that it is an actual app icon in the UI’s dock, as opposed to being a hardware button on the device.