T-Mobile’s myTouch 3G Slide owners can finally breathe a sigh of relief. T-Mobile and HTC have put the finally touches on the handset’s Froyo update and have made it available to the public. The Android 2.2.1 update introduces a handful of new features to the myTouch 3G Slide and should also improve the handset’s stability ... Read More »
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Mid-range Android phones don’t normally generate a lot of buzz, but the myTouch 3G Slide will likely be T-Mobile’s biggest launch this summer.
The myTouch 3G Slide will be available on June 2 at T-Mobile retail stores, select authorized dealers and partner locations, and online, with additional availability and an expanded marketing campaign ... Read More »
The headline tells most of the tale here, but HTC has stated that most of their Android devices released in 2010 will be getting an upgrade to Android 2.2 sometime in the second half of the year.
Currently available or soon to be available devices that get a specific mention:
HTC Desire Droid Incredible EVO ... Read More »
T-Mobile handed out the myTouch 3G Slide to a bunch of their employees for testing purposes so we have learned pretty much everything about the phone except for its price and launch date. New documents posted over at TmoNews suggest the phone will sell for $149 with 2 year contract or ... Read More »
We were the first to bring you the hands-on report and video walk through and now T-Mobile has officially announced the myTouch 3G Slide. As we previously reported, it looks like this device will be a mid-range Android phone with a 600 MHz Qualcomm chip (sorry, no Snapdragon). However, users will ... Read More »
June 2nd is the new rumored date for T-Mobile’s next myTouch Android phone.
T-Mobile’s next Android phone is right around the corner and we scored some exclusive details. The myTouch 3G Slide will be T-Mobile’s first device with Android 2.1 and HTC’s new Sense UI. Should G1 and MT3G owners consider an upgrade?
A Genius button? I thought Apple owned that trademark.
New T-Mobile phone will feature the HTC Espresso UI.
The successor to the T-Mobile G1 appears on the FCC’s site.