The time is June 22nd, 2009, and the T-Mobile G1 has been available for exactly eight months now. The device is currently the only Android phone available in the market, but it’s about to get some company. Today, T-Mobile will announce its second Android phone, the T-Mobile myTouch 3G.
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Remember T-Mobile’s “No phones left behind” pledge? It came from Cole Brodman, CTO of T-Mobile, in a letter to employees that stated all the myTouch 3G phones would eventually receive Android 2.2. That happened back in July and we were beginning to wonder if it would ever happen, but a new leaked document confirms the ... Read More »
The T-Mobile myTouch 3G is the 2nd best selling Android phone in the United States, so hopefully this news will cheer a lot of you up. T-Mobile has just released some internal documents which states they plan to upgrade existing myTouch 3G phones (not just the Slide) to the latest software version, Android 2.2.
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It just makes sense. T-Mobile spent a ton of time and money customizing HTC’s Sense UI for their upcoming myTouch 3G Slide and they will be bringing it to multiple devices. Techland scored a meeting with Andrew Sherrard, the VP of Production Innovation for T-Mobile, who revealed that first generation myTouch 3G owners will ... Read More »
Look for a public beta to be released tomorrow night.
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New OTA for MT3G users to improve call performance only.
The original MT3G gets refreshed with some minor additions.
First images of the new T-Mobile myTouch v1.2 leak out.
It now appears most first gen Android phones will receive Android 2.1.