myTouch 3G HD Coming To T-Mobile?

Our week of surprising news continues this time thanks to the guys at Android Central who dropped a little bit of a shocker with the first image and basically first reporting of the myTouch 3G HD. Yesterday we “discovered” the existence of a holding page for the first HSPA+ T-Mobile phone which we thought had just been posted that day. Turns out we all were about a week behind as Phonescoop reported on the page a little over a week ago. I’m honestly not sure how almost all of us missed it but hey, it’s out there now and our attention turns to discovering just what phone are we waiting for. Thanks to you guys, our readers who right away went to work on the source code for the webpage discovered the word “Vanguard” tucked away. That brings us back to the Vision/G1/Blaze rumors, which supposedly, if rumors are true are one and the same as the Vanguard.

Now comes word of the myTouch 3G HD, clearly a welcome addition to the T-Mobile lineup, as the “HD” certainly sounds promising. Is this the mysterious HSPA+ phone that is silhouetted on the holding page? That we can’t say for sure, but the existence of the Genius button along with the myTouch branding certainly gives us all the hope in the world for a T-Mobile arrival. Now that we know this phone exists, we’re going to get to work on discovering everything we can and hopefully, maybe, this phone will grace us with HSPA+ and will be one of many to do so.

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  • Christopher

    This is the HTC Vanguard and the first HSPA+ device. I made a photoshop comparison of the devices: http://imgur.com/qgcNA.png

    • davidohio

      then why is it branded as mytouch? It looks like a mytouch. One button in the same place does not mean anything. I’m just saying that that does not prove anything.

      • Christopher

        If you didn’t know, HTC makes/develops myTouch hardware for T-Mobile. The vector images look almost identical to each other, albeit with less rotation. It gives evidence/proves that the original vector image was placed there for a reason with a button in that position, otherwise, a blank slated image could be used.

    • 2FR35H

      @Christopher

      No this is not the Vanguard because if the vanguard is the vision then it has to have a keyboard.

      • Christopher

        Not if this is released first.

      • http://tmonews karl

        i believe the picture indicates a key board. look at it closely…..there is a spilt down the side spine and looking at the bottom, it appears to have a lower and top half…..a MT3G slide all the way…..

  • Perry

    T-mobile only releases one mytouch per year. This is fake. Case closed.

    • jp

      And you are basing this off of the many my touch alreay out there?

    • http://deleted andrew

      they could make something like the droid line of names like the mytouch slide hd. and they need more dives the runing htc/tmobile ui

    • J

      I just got my MyTouch last year when it came out. Within that year, they launched the MyTouch, MyTouch version 2, MyTouch Fender, and MyTouch Slide. So, thats basicly 4 devices in a 1 year span.

    • AkoIto

      What’s your basis on this? Don’t forget that they released Motorola Cliq XT just months after they released Motorola Cliq.

    • bart jones

      Dude, The mytouch original was released July 2009. The fender edition was the beginning of thie year. Then came the mytouch 1.2 with the 3.5mm headphone jack. Then the slide launched in june. In one calendar year we launched 4 mytouch devices. Think b4 you speak, dont be an idiot, and STFU

      • Davidohio

        Settle down now Bart. Just settle down.

    • dee

      does the mytouch slide and the mytouch w/3.5 mm headjack count….

    • tortionist

      No they don’t….DUH!

      • dee

        i’m sorry but i was not talking to you so there was no need to get rude.smh

      • 2FR35H

        @dee

        Lol tortionist was being sarcastic you dunce.

      • dee

        @2FR35H
        i dont care what he was doing in use all the dam name calling all you like bastard lol go do something with your life instead of selling out over the computer lol smfh biTch a$$ people

      • tortionist

        I was being sarcastic towards Perry, when he said they only put out one my Touch a year. It didn’t put my comment in the right place. I wasn’t being a jerk to you dee.

    • The Observer

      right, cause september 2009-june 2010 equals one year

  • Alex

    True but you never know, tmobile has only released 2 mytouches so far maybe this is real, and hopefully it is

  • Jeff

    yawn…. let me know when T-Mobile actually releases a phone that customers want…

  • Henry

    Well if this is true it better b a whole lot better then the slide…

  • derrickps3

    why release a phone that looks the same as the slide???? despite the changes of the features and what not, i don’t see a reason to release another one, everyone is proud of thier current slides i’m quite sure

    • http://slakker9.blogspot.com Johnny B

      Actually, being an owner of the original MyTouch, I’ve been waiting for a new version that did not have a physical keyboard (like the Slide). Plus, if this winds up being HSPA+ compatible, it equals a win for me.

  • jmts80

    Looks just like the slide sans keyboard to me. I still prefer the Vibrant over this. BTW T-mobile really needs to drop the Mytouch 3G name, it is the worst!

  • Inhuman

    Does this mean no dual core, 4 inch screen phone for tmobile this year?
    damn it, i knew it was too good to be true.
    the blaze and this mytouch hd fill in the 2 remaining htc phones released this year for tmobile according to the roadmap. :(

    • J

      There is no proof that this phone won’t have both a dual core processor and a 4inch screen. There is way too little information to evaluate this phone.

  • RDL

    I always thought there were already HSPA+ phones out there considering my HD2 shows an H instead of 3G when I use video streaming apps. Was I wrong?

    • J-Hop2o6

      HD2 maxes out @ 7.2 HSPA

    • tortionist

      That just means it’s HSPA compatible, not an HSPA phone. From what i’ve heard they top out at 7 or 7.2 mgbps. The HSPA phones will go a lot faster.

      • J-Hop2o6

        7.2mbps is HSPA (Rel. 10).. anything over 14.4mbps is HSPA+

    • Testament

      The n900 is a HSPA+ phone, but not subsidized my T-mobile. I guess that’s why they don’t count it.

      • J-Hop2o6

        nope.. n900 is still HSPA.. it maxes out @ 10.2.. HSPA+ starts @ 14.4.. 10.2 is still a nice speed tho.

  • nick

    whaa?! the mytouch slide is nice but many prefer a phone without a bulky qwerty, at least i do. one mytouch a year is false, tmobile is known for coming out with a phone in 2 different styles, ex. when it came out with the sidekick slide and flip.

    • tortionist

      Spot on Bro.

  • texmoss

    looks to be a FFC on there.

    • immadroid

      yes it does!!!

  • Derek

    Front facing camera!?! Awesome Can’t wait for this phone..

  • Barry

    Rather than bash a throw out idiotic comments I’ll be on a wait and see basis. Too many unknowns at this point. But one thing is for sure something’s going down. In the article about the 1st hspa+ device there’s apparently two T-Mobile workers that commented about it and know very well what this is but can’t give specifics about it for obvious reasons. I’m all for more devices idc what they call it as long as it hits all the points of high end goodness.

  • Steven G

    MyTouch is T-Mobile’s line of smartphones. I, personally, like the brand.

    • tortionist

      Amen steven G

    • joshuakprice1

      Personally, I think sidekick was more of a line of smartphones than myTouch. With the exception of the slide, the myTouch devices are pretty subpar, and styled with a mind to the personal accessorizing/ pretty phone crowd rather than the power user. Just compare the myTouch 3g to the nexus one (I’m talking design, not hardware. We all know where they stack up with that!) If they wanted to have a smartphone line, it’d be the sidekick, which incidentally is what has been rumored for november. Jus’ sayin…

    • Macknifetx

      The commercials are stupid though.

    • alex

      me too:)

  • Errol G

    Screen looks big.. If it’s anything remotely close to the HD2 (along the lines of 4 inches) I will have to consider this phone.. I want to go back to android.

  • alex32

    in my opinion this would be the first hspa phone coming out to tmobile for september. It is all making sense. Tmobile is going to stick with the mytouch franchise because that is that they are known for so this would be it. A “revolution”.. that would be the mytouch in HD. With a bigger screen and hspa+. Think about it guys. Correct me if I am wrong but I think tmobile is bringing out two htc android phones by the end of the year. this would be one of them making the first hspa+ coming out. The second would be “project emerald” which in my opinion is that G1 Blaze/Vanguard spotted like 2 days ago coming out in November. There are people who have reportedly messed with the phone and said it had an 800mhz processor. Remember the rumored dual cores? This most likely is it.
    Just analyze everything guys, it is all making sense. I believe we already got the special scoop with the two super phones coming out in September and November. Now its just a waiting game once things get cleared out.

  • AAAAAA

    I think this is would be an awesome phone as long as it has good hardware/specs.

  • nickyd

    No way is this real. Mytouch Slide is still relatively new and a signature device for T-Mobile. I dont think they would cannibalize sales of the original with a too soon, too similar device. A new, different, high end device to cater to a different cliental maybe, but not this.

  • AndroidLover

    I just know that a) my contract expires in October, b) I’m sick of my lagging G1, and c) I don’t know if I can wait until November. Right now the Vibrant is #1 on my list, but it isn’t HSPA+, and I want to see what these other phones will have to offer. This looks promising, but the waiting game SUCKS.

  • bigc17

    Hope this isnt the revoloutionary hspa+ phone because i dont think this will boot sales by much. The mytouch line to me is one of the worst phone lines ever to me design, ui and features wise and even with better features….still wouldn’t get it because of the bland design. I really don’t think this phone is real because it looks photoshopped but if the photo is real….this phone wont come out until next year or so

  • Androidrocks

    First that phone looks like it has potential to be awesome (big screen, ffc, maybe hspa+), second i bet if this phone is real it comes in november and the blaze comes in september, third i love the mytouch line so im siked for this phone

  • http://RetroMalure.com HostalMalure

    So I take it that nobody notices the camera on the front right above the screen…iPhone competition potential?

  • http://tmonews karl

    in my opinion this a not a real photo
    it looks excatly like the MT3G slide that is currently out. and if you look closely you will see that the phone appears to be split down the middle…..QWERTY KB!! looka closely at the bottom of the picture, looks to me that the top half is sitting ontop of the bottom half….its a slide out!!!
    i think this is a fake.. the other picture, HTC vision looks/sounds more like the phone that is coming out next. just an observation and opinion.

    • http://tmonews karl

      i meant down the side spine….

    • tortionist

      You are the only one that has made a possibly valid point about the picture being fake. Thanks for not being a moron like Jason Bonham and others. I still think it’s real. I see too many differences between it and the Slide that I have, but who knows, you could be right. I won’t pass judgment on the phone until I see it in person and handle it.

      • joshuakprice1

        First of all, don’t lump me with someone who doesn’t know what the slide looks like. I have one. I’m not saying that there aren’t differences. I’m saying that those differences don’t make it real. It’s obviously a digital/photoshop image (unless the real thing floats) and not a spy shot. So its either a photoshop of a REAL phone, or a photoshop of a FAKE phone. That’s the rea question. I think fake, because it looks too long for its width. The 4 inch and higher screens are also wider, and its too long to be a 3.7. But the proportions may look odd just because its not the official mock-up yet.

  • http://tmonews karl

    its a fake……

  • Jason Bonham

    You are the biggest bunch of idiots around. If you can’t tell this is a Photoshop image by looking at it for 10 seconds, then you have a poor eye. Did you not notice the moron who created the image put the myTouch logo where the T-Mobile carrier logo would be? T-Mobile almost never puts the sub brand on the front of the phone and certainly not where the T-Mobile logo would be. Why do I think the moron who photoshopped this image did it? Well he knew that he was only creating a front image of the “leaked” phone, so he wanted to get as much in there as possible. So the idipt put the myTouch logo on the top.

    • Androidrocks

      If you have ever seen the original mytouch it has a gray stip around the sides, and if im not blimd then that is a gray strip. So whose an idiot?

      • Androidrocks

        My bad…commented on the wrong one

    • joshuakprice1

      Look at the mytouch slide. It has NO Tmo logo at all, only the mytouch circle where the logo is on the pic above. I agree its a fake, but for different reasons. As I posted a little bit ago.

    • tortionist

      Hey moron, I guess my slide has been photoshopped then, because it has no T-Mobile branding on it, just the My Touch logo. I bought at a T-Mobile corporate store, so who’s the moron now? Moron.

    • Macknifetx

      Well, in that case then the guy who shopped it must be named Android Central. He put that on their just get his name out there. LOL. Whether or not it is shopped, it looks just like the MT slide, with HD format based on the description.

  • Dale Murphy

    butt ugly phone if this is the real thing.

  • ItsMichaelNotMike

    That’s the HSPA+ phone that we mentioned before, the one that the T-Mo rep who saw it told me “looked like G1 without the chin.”

    The phone will not have specs all that much different than the Vibrant, HD2 or The Nexus One (especially the Vibrant because it has dedicated graphics). What will set this handset apart is that it’s an HSPA+ phone with great specs.

    This phone, and the Oct-Nov “holiday handset, will compete against Sprint’s Evo 4G offering. (Sprint’s Evo WITH 4G contributed to Sprint just reporting that it had a net gain in subscribers this second quarter, a first in three years).

    So these phones are a B I G deal to T-Mobile, mainly to trumpet T-Mobile’s new “4G” speed HSPA+ service.

    The November phone will coincide with T-Mobile’s expansion of HSPA+ to most major markets (including here in San Francisco where we have yet to get it. But that’s OK T-Mobile because Sprint’s 4G is not here in San Francisco either).

    Yes, these are great times, but all current T-Mobile “power users” should be concerned about things besides the availability of HSPA+ phones.

    All that glitters is not gold folks. See my next post.

  • tortionist

    So, ItsMichaelnotMike, I always look forward to your comments, because they are always well thought out and accurate. Thank you for not being a moron like a lot of the people on this site. I have a little story to tell all of you on this thread. I had a great experience at AT&T today. I live in northern Utah and have no 3G(supposedly happening in Sept. or Oct.). I went to the AT&T store to mess with the I-Phone 4G and such. First off I see very little difference if any between the 4G and the 3GS. Second you cannot customize the I-Phone, especially the user interface, and third it doesn’t have SWYPE. So personally it’s still seriously overrated. Next I tried the HTC ARIA. It’s a cool and speedy little Android phone, but I was messing with my slide on the Edge network and it downloaded faster than the Aria on AT&T’s 3g network. How sad. plus my Slide on WI-FI downloads faster than the I-Phone 4G on AT&T’s 3G network. Overall AT&T has slim pickings, other than their version of the Vibrant(which is nice, but still Samsung and the Aria) they have nothing great/decent to offer. I just thought it was a cool story. It helped reaffirm my faith in T-mobile and their offerings(phones/network).

    • tipsofme

      IPhone 4g eh? I must have missed that one. Last time I heard there was an iPhone 4 still out that was pissing everyone off….

      • tortionist

        I-Phone 4, not 4G sorry about that typo. Yes the I-Phone 4. It is seriously overrated. Thanks for the attention.

    • Charles Xavier

      I’ve your apologist rants… I only come here anymore to read them

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      Thanks for the nice words. Compliments make my day. :)

  • Brodie

    I don’t think it’s real. If it was, I still wouldn’t get it because I gotta have a QWERTY KB!

    • tortionist

      Try SWYPE for awhile. I almost didn’t get the original MyTouch because it didn’t have a qwerty keyboard. I used to think the same as you did until I downloaded SWYPE and used it. I will never go back to qwerty keyboard if I can help it. My Slide keyboard never gets used.

  • denise

    Well this is decidedly NOT helpful. I’m trying to decide whether or not to hold onto my Vibrant which has been in the box at my house for a week now. I thought something better might be coming out in September but now it looks like a draw.

    I’m thinking that holding off on the actual higher bandwidth phones makes sense until they get the network completely on board and running. Does no good for me to have a phone capable of the fastest speeds if my location isn’t able to run then.

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      I love my Vibrant and IMHO the upcoming phones are nice, but HSPA+ is not a reason to get one of those over the Vibrant.

      For me, the Vibrant at 3G is plenty fast. For example:

      – I am not using my smartphone in place of my computers, so I don’t need cable modem speeds on a smartphone(I get 12mps with Comcast).

      – I watch MobiTV, YouTube; CBS news video, and Comcast cable TV via Slingbox on my Vibrant. All video has been plenty fast with a 3G connection.

      – I don’t use my smartphone to download files, I use my PC for that.

      – My browser use has been plenty fast with 3G.

      The only reason I’d want HSPA+ is to replace my cable modem with the superphone (tethering). That day may come, but for me probably not with these phones. But if it does, then we will get one of these HSPA+ phones to start the tethering experiment with a June 2011 date to cut the cable modem cord, so to speak.

      Knowing the specs of the phones coming out, I can tell you that the Vibrant will stay current for at least a year. While the Sept-Nov phones will in fact have some features the Vibrant does not, IMHO the Vibrant has features that other phones will not (including the SAMOLED display).

      So if I were you I’d not get caught up in that “there’s always something new and better” cycle we all suffer from. Enjoy the Vibrant it’s a fantastic phone.

      Sidenote: Depending on whether or not T-Mobile brings HSPA+ to San Francisco and the data plan surcharge pricing T-Mobile might attach to these phones, I will probably sell our Slide and get one of these. (Albeit my GF really likes her new Slide and may not want to part with it so soon :) )

      • Cybersedan

        Good comments Michael… I’m definitely with you on the Vibrant standing toe to toe with these upcoming phones. I’d have it hard to see myself upgrading to anything but another SAMOLED screen, but never say never.

      • denise

        Good points, all. Thanks. My last phone was a G1 purchased the day they were released. It was stolen in May I’m trying to find something that I will love as much for as long.

        I’m not so much about the latest and greatest I want a FAST connection, a nice screen, maybe a keyboard, and the ability to tether. I’d rather run the latest Android OS than the best phone.

        My experience with Samsung has not been great. I got the BH2 for my son as a graduation present and within weeks the SD clip got stuck and broke off. Plus they pulled the bait and switch with the updates. I’m thinking I’ll stay with my MTS until something arrives which makes me unable to leave in the box unopened for a week. Besides, the Vibrant will be around and maybe even free when the new phones start coming out. I can wait a month or four even.

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      Well Denise, I did not know you had a Slide. Based on your stated requirements I would keep the Slide and return the Vibrant. Then see what you think of the Sept-Nov phones and make a decision then on which way to go.

      While the Vibrant won’t be less money by then (maybe $50 or so, at most), you might see something better (in your opinion) at that time.

      Because I have a firm knowledge on the Sept-Nov phone specs, the Vibrant has all that I want in a phone, at least at this time. While I’d like to see on the Vibrant a USB 3.0 port (10X as fast as 2.0) that’s just now rolling out, some LED notifiers, and a mini HDMI port, those features were not deal breakers for me and I wanted the Vibrant’s graphics and SAMOLED over those “missing” items.

      Besides, the Slide is a great phone. Setting it up for my GF over the past month, that is, until I got the Vibrant in my hands, I grew fond of the Slide and for a few days was considering getting one for myself. But the Vibrant was just too… vibrant to pass up.

      As I said a few months ago, I completely understand people who got burned by Samsung on the BH2 update issue. (But only because Samsung did actually promise the update then took it back. That was totally uncool in my book.) So if Samsung lost customers based on its bad acts, well they got what they deserved.

      Bottom line: Send the Vibrant back, enjoy the Slide and see what debuts in Sept-Nov. And if nothing comes up better than the Vibrant, buy it back, so to speak.

      Sidenote: It’s nice to have options, isn’t it.

  • red_slide

    Hey tortionist,
    Search google: root mytouch slide and click the first link on how to root mytouch slide by eugene and he has a couple of roms on xda its not hard to root it but its a pain in the ass on how to do it. I would suggest if yu don’t know what to do find somebody who does.. anyway the mytouch hd I would rather prefer this because the myslide gets a wiggle after a couple of days.. and its kinda of anoying I wish it didn’t have the kb now since swype does everything for me. I would love to see phones without keyboards.. because why would we need a keyboard when we have swype , text to speech , genius , voice search it will be awesome to see all touch screen phones within the next year with dual core proccessors and more led screens bigger screen 8 mp at the most no reason to go over .. tmo should step there game up and get this phone instead of marketing those wack phones like the charm and behold 2. So far in my opinion I wouldn’t give up my slide for anything including the vibrant I just love mytouch phones. Its an awesome name better then the name droid .. I hate all the other carriers and there stupid names for phones tmobiles unique and they always please the customers. Go tmo !

    • tortionist

      Thanks for the info. I will give it a whirl. I agree with you on everything you said. I don’t need or want the vibrant, the name Samsung says it all. They need to stay out of phones and continue with great LED T.V.s I love the my Touch line and Android

  • joshuakprice1

    Wait, I know! its going to be called the MyTouch 3g HD vision vanguard G1 blaze unicorn with google! My god, are we all insane? At least the iSheep know what their devices are called…

  • ItsMichaelNotMike

    Mainly I am concerned with total cost of ownership on any new HSPA+ phone. (Total cost arrived at by adding the price of the phone to 24 monthly payments for talk and data.)

    Specifically, I am concerned that T-Mobile tells us that we CANNOT use HSPA+ under our OLD plans. Just like Sprint does, perhaps T-Mobile may say “if you want HSPA+ it will come against an extra monthly charge (with the Evo Sprint charges an extra $10 monthly for “special 4G service,” that’s in addition to 3G data prices).

    Here’s why I am concerned about T-Mobile possibly mimicking Sprint’s “4G” “special pricing.”

    – A study coming out in September on subscriber data usage will reveal that Verizon has the largest mean data usage per subscriber, “mean” meaning average. (Interesting it’s not AT&T as you may have suspected by AT&T doing away with unlimited data plans and instituting tiered data plan pricing, at artificially low limits, e.g., 200MB for $15 monthly).

    How does all this relate to T-Mobile? The study will also reveal…

    – T-Mobile had the second largest percentage increase in mean data usage per user, A JUMP FROM 44.6 MB to 120.6 MB, but virtually NO GROWTH IN OVERALL PERCENTAGE OF LINES WITH DATA USAGE.”

    In other words, existing customers are using more data than ever before. (Sidenote: why is that? I submit it’s because T-Mobile is getting more smartphones into users’ hands and T-Mobile’s (unsustainable?) unlimited data plan pricing.)

    So it seems to me that with the introduction of HSPA+ phones the timing is right (that T-Mobile sees as a perfect opportunity)for T-Mobile to do as Sprint has done, charge an additional monthly sum to use HSPA+ service.

    This also begs the question, will T-Mobile move toward only tiered data pricing to control use, so not to end up despised like AT&T?

    Bottom line: While these phones are uber exciting, will the excitement peter out for existing T-Mobile customers (looking to upgrade) because the handsets will come with a $10 to $15 data monthly surcharge? Since many in here complain about a $50 price difference on phone launch prices, users better brace themselves for a disappointment.

    Query: Will T-Mobile “copy” Sprint’s Evo pricing? I suspect T-Mobile will because introduction of a special phone and high speed service are the perfect opportunity for a service provider to introduce “special pricing for a special service.”

    Doing it this way T-Mobile won’t be accused of fooling with existing customers’ precious unlimited data pricing.

    Oh… and T-Mobile will attach the surcharge pricing to the phone, not the plan or user. That means regardless of your existing plan, if you want the HSPA+ phone the extra monthly charge comes with it. IMHO this means T-Mobile will not go to tiered data plan pricing like AT&T.

    On tiered data plans, I suspect T-Mobile will instead choose to increase its monthly unlimited data plan pricing on new customers, using grandfathered bargain basement plan pricing as a motivator for us to stay with T-Mobile. To be sure, if T-Mobile does everything the same as its competitors there won’t be any reason for customers to remain loyal to T-Mobile.

    So that should be of some comfort to anyone concerned about which direction T-Mobile might go. I don’t see T-Mobile taking away the only reason why customers stick with T-Mobile. That’s a roundabout way of saying that our whatever data plan pricing you have, it’s safe, for at least the next few years.

    Of course all this is contingent on the capacity of T-Mobile’s lines. If T-Mobile starts to have the same problems as AT&T then we should expect T-Mobile to hit all of us with increased data plan pricing, HSPA+ phones or not.

    • Rilesman

      That is a lot to think about. I for one would not be interested in any increase of data costs nor reduction from the supposedly called unlimited data plan.

      Moving to phones with data plans are costing me a bundle but I don’t want to be caught with my pants down if I were to exceed minutes or data usage. They really know how to…shall we say…cause massive monetary damage when exceeding the plan usage (pretty stupid in my opinion…should buy blocks with same pricing IMHO).

      On the other hand, replacing the home connection with HSPA+ may a solution after all though I would miss my static IP.

    • denise

      Well I am decidedly uninterested in their new phones if I have to pay more than my $20 Preferred Android plan. Why doesn’t TMO start blocking the Iphones and other non-Android phones using Tzones or Web2go the way they force Android onto more expensive data plans.

      That would probably help them both make more money and/or decrease data useage because many people using those plans refuse to pay more. I used to be one of them until I got wise and decided I should jump on smartphone unlimited data at $20.

  • mailman13877

    That’s actually a nice looking phone.Now if it has ffc n flash with atleast 5mp I might get it. That’s only if this damn sprint company doesn’t hurry and restock on Evo’s..evooo ftw

  • red_slide

    Lol hspa + would be great but isnt important to me. im happy with my 3g :)

  • McDaygo

    If that phone does have a FFC it would explain to me why T-mo may have omitted it from the Galaxy S/Vibrant. So they could put it on their “flagship” phone. BTW that’s just some paranoid government take over theory, I’m not dead serious. But…..

  • red_slide

    Ha screw the evo :) lol

    • Cybersedan

      @red_slide Ditto!!

  • Fish

    from the speculation i’ve seen this phone may have everything new that i want (cause i’m a cliq user)…so…what if i buy the phone and don’t get the plan that allows me to use the hspa+?

    then i can keep my unlimited data…

    although, what the phone has atm is only speculation as well as how tmo will organize their plans for it…

  • red_slide

    Go tmobile ! Ha if this does come out they should put the movie the last air bender on it that would be awesome lol

  • Rilesman

    Am I the only one who feels this phone rendering appears to have a 3.7″ or LESS screen size?

  • red_slide

    Looks bigger to me

  • Henry

    so now that i look at this phone on the computer i noticed a circle on the top right corner of the phone…. could that b a FFC???

  • phonegeek

    ok ok ok ok WAIT!!…. now i didnt take time to read all these wonderful comments, Boos, laughter, and tears about this phone so i have to say this…

    1. that nice little circular ring beside the top speaker … yea look at it closely do you see anything thats becoming familiar to the U.S. markets.. yea.. thats a ffc im QUITE sure

    2. ok now if you look at the nice little angle the phone is at right, if you look to the bottom left of the photo this phone looks like it is seperated like there maybe a full qwerty keyboard ( correct me if im wrong)

    now after staring and staring and staring .. and maybe staring a bit more id have to say that looks like a keyboard i mean i know i worked all day an im tired but yeah thats a keyboard …..

    and now i guess ill shut up so yea

  • 2FR35H

    Its fake because the mytouch logo is wrong. Tmobile never used the full logo name they always have “My” in a circle as the mytouch logo on all their past mytouch devices either on the back or front or both.

    I hope they prove me wrong though.

    • J-Hop2o6

      your right! plus they put the “my” logo on the back of the phone (battery cover).

  • Charles Xavier

    T-mobile needs to drop their plans down to 40 or 50 for unlimited calls/text/data. Until they have the coverage of the other 3 carriers they have no right up their charge for limited area and unstable 3G?

    • Nokia N900USER

      How about you leave T-mobile for the other carriers. T-mobile already has the lowest price. . I find it kind of funny when someone like this is so CHEAP. And get your facts right T-mobile 3G works where they state it does and its been pretty good by my standard.

  • red_slide

    Now why would this have a keyboard wouldn’t it be called the mytouch 3g hd slide.. and should they take the 3g off the name its gettin old they didngt call the vibrant 3g its just vibrant they didn’t call the g1 3g just g1 this is the only thing I don’t like that I jus realized this is fake if it has a keyboard because it shouldn’t has a keyboard it looks the same exactly as the slide wtf there is no keyboard because that little side you see there’s no reason for a keyboard

  • whyhellomichael

    @Charles Xavier T-mobile charges less than the other carriers already. and for a VAST majority of users that coverage is more than adequate, or else people would not have the service. I don’t need HSPA+, or expect, to have it EVERYWHERE in the country. T-Mobile is a smaller company, with a smaller footprint, and quite often plans that are SIGNIFICANTLY less than other carriers.

  • Barry

    Ignore that loser go play with your Droid x it can’t be that great if your constantly in here hating foh

  • Look Its Me :)

    Okay, correct me if im wrong, but wasnt the SUPPOSED T-Mobile HSPA+ phone SUPPOSED to come out with a keyboard? Wasn’t it supposed to have great image quality, a high megapixel camera, and a fast processor with a touch screen and keyboard? Weren’t rumors stating that it was Android + Sidekick all meshed together? Why is everyone fighting that it has a keyboard? Personally i would LOVE a phone with a 4.2 inch screen, keyboard, 5 megapixel camera with flash, a FFC, a 1GHz proccessor, the latest Android OS, and T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network :D :D :D :D :D D :D

    • alex32

      im almost sure the phone you are talking about is the g1 blaze/emerald/vanguard which comes out in november in my opinion

      i believe this phone will come out september

  • Lamar

    i really want to see specs. I am very interested in this phone.