HTC Pyramid Specs Hit The Inbox, Launching In June With Android 2.4?

I know there is a lot of confusion regarding the AT&T/T-Mobile deal but what seems to be forgotten is that life goes on. The deal could fall apart, the government could reject it or a thousand other things could take place that causes it to not happen. With that in mind, T-Mobile is running business as usual which means phones will still launch. Thankfully, to try and smooth the masses I’ve received some coincidentally timed information regarding the HTC Pyramid specs along with a release date from a solid source.

  • 480 x 800 display
  • Dual-core 1.2 GHz processor
  • 768MB of processor RAM
  • 8MP rear cam; VGA front cam
  • HSPA+ (14.4 Mbps)
  • Android 2.4 (repeat 2.4)
  • DLNA
  • HTC Sense 3.0

Android 2.4 you say? Yup, that’s what we are being told! Our source pinpoints a June release timeframe though the actual day is unknown. Our ninja did say that it is considerably sleeker and lighter than the HTC Thunderbolt for Verizon.

On a second note, we’re also told that a slider version of the myTouch 4G possibly a myTouch 4G slide is on the horizon also with Android 2.4 and a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor.

As I started in the beginning life will still go on and you should buy phones, change rate plans and go about your T-Mobile experience as you did when you woke up yesterday morning. Any changes won’t happen for AT LEAST 12 months and in that time, things will become a lot clearer as to what the “new” AT&T will look like.

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  • Jtrip

    Must have.

    • Jtrip

      Oops. Then again, what happened to that kick-ass display???

      • Anonymous

        exactly.

        • Ithitmeallatonce

          super exactly….it’s a dealbreaker for me. PLUS you have to keep in mind this is coming out in June…when a new iPhone will hit. Which effectively makes this phone a funny funny joke

  • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

    The Pyramid and myTOuch 4G slide sounds exciting, they seem to have similar specs. I think they really should have 1gig ram but I have to say the 768 on my MT4G seems sufficient

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=205100175 Nathan Olonoff

    so your telling me i should buy a phone in June. and then if the t-mobile/att deal goes through, i then have to get rid of that phone 6-7 months later because it won’t work with AT&Ts network.

    Why exactly should ANYONE buy a t-mobile phone unless the deal doesn’t go through?

    Any 3G/4G phone owner will have to replace their phone, i don’t think many people are going to want to spend $200-$500 on a new phone in june just to do it again in march.

    • Ark2612

      From my understanding 4G phones won’t have to be replaced. Second, AT&T would fully cover the costs of changing phones, as they mentioned that they factored that into their offer.

      • http://twitter.com/GOPMatt Matt Macri

        @ARKW2612 I Could’t have said it better myself….

      • Rensack

        But you have to change your voice and data plain with it. Nty

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=205100175 Nathan Olonoff

        well if you guys are right and 4G phones will be fine then i may consider this. upset about sense but thats what cyanogen is for.

        but even then, i don’t understand how 4G will be fine but 3G is going to be shut off. isn’t it all the same t-mobile exclusive band?

      • Rneff03

        “4G” will not work. TMO 4G uses HSPA technology which is really just advanced 3G. AT&T plans to use LTE 4G technology. This requires different phone hardware. Once AT&T activates LTE, TMO “4G” becomes non existent therefore none of their “4G” HSPA phones will work.

      • Anonymous

        How would it not? AT&T runs different bands than our devices unless they made this compatible with AWS and AT&T’s 850 and 1900 3G bands

    • http://twitter.com/GOPMatt Matt Macri

      Only 3g phones wont work ….. 4g will AND at&t considered the price of having to.migrate tmobiles 3g only customrs to dual band phones in the purchase price of $39bil

      • http://twitter.com/PaulHarrisonPro Paul Harrison

        T-Mobile’s 4G network will indeed be turned off – their “4G” is just an advanced version of their existing 3G standard, running on the same AWS frequencies as 3G (and hence will be replaced with LTE once AT&T swallows T-Mobile.)

        As far as AT&T factoring in the cost to migrate T-Mobile customers, I doubt this means what you think it means. Think in terms of cash available for a sudden influx of T-Mobile users needing upgraded, subsidized, phones. Unless AT&T have said these phones will be available without a contract extension, fully subsidized, then it’s almost certainly the same thing as usual.

        Look, I’m going to warn you all, this isn’t going to be pretty, not by a long shot. I was an AT&T Wireless Customer back when what’s called AT&T today was called Cingular. Cingular bought AT&T Wireless and immediately started downgrading the AT&TWS network to “encourage” old AT&TWS users to switch to shiny new, 24 month, Cingular contracts. And at that time, there was no technological reason to do so – they both ran the same standards on the same frequencies, it was merely a money grab.

        In this case, “Cingular” (now called AT&T) has two reasons to screw over T-Mobile customers – getting T-Mobile customers to upgrade to new 24 month contracts, and getting that AWS spectrum for LTE.

        This is going to be really ugly guys. Make sure your next phone has support for AT&T’s 3G bands, or else get ready to jump ship.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=205100175 Nathan Olonoff

          yeah i just did some research and paul is 100% correct.

          Both the 1700 and 2100 bands will be shut off. All t-mobile 3G/4G HSPA/HSPA+ runs on those bands and both of them will be shut off and repurposed to AT&T’s LTE.

          So once this happens all T-Mobile 3G/4G phones will no longer have high speed data. And the only way to get it is to buy a new AT&T phone.

          Sorry guys but this is how it is. And more reason why buying any t-mobile 3g/4g phone this year is pointless unless the DOJ/FCC turn down the sale.

        • yyevo

          Exactly. If we’re lucky, AT&T will give us an extra $50 off.

          More likely, they will offer TMo customers any phone they want for free as long as you switch to a new AT&T contract and dump our grandpa plans.

    • Matlock

      The T-Mobile network will be around for a few years to come! ATT wont just be able to get rid of the network and the T-Mo frequencies just at the flick of a switch, the network is too big for them to be able to just shut it off, plus that would millions of customers without service, and it would not be in their best interest. The network will be around for a long time to come and your phone will not be invalidated! Think before stating anything that stupid.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=205100175 Nathan Olonoff

        thing is that they will do it. and that’s enough for me to not spend the money on a phone that won’t work eventually.

  • http://twitter.com/SugarMouth Mark Carruthers

    NICE 4.3″!!! I’m on it!!!

  • Rudy

    I was hoping for the 960×540 resolution.

    Def looking forward to this, just wonder what else will be coming out by then.

    • JD

      A lot of other sources are saying qHD screen which is 540×960.

  • Rudy

    I was hoping for the 960×540 resolution.

    Def looking forward to this, just wonder what else will be coming out by then.

  • Jazz

    Awesome!

  • Deb

    How about a little side by side comparison of the HTC Pyramid and the G2X?

  • Cybersedan

    I’m gonna be all over this phone, whatever happens in 2012 happens…

  • whosaidwhat

    Well, a few things have changed for the specs. What happened to the 960 x 540 qHD display? HSPA+ (14.4 Mbps)?, Stock android? I guess it’s better than most and I will jump on it ASAP to replace my dying G1.

    Oh, isn’t 2.4 just another version of Gingerbread?

    June feels like forever though.

    • http://twitter.com/hacdan David McClellan

      2.4 is a bug fix version of Gingerbead along with added support for non-dualcore phones to run honeycomb apps. Outside of that, rumor says it’s the same ole’ Gingerbread. Which would explain the lack of Gingerbread carrier updates for phones

    • Carlf

      I’m in the same boat still rocking my rooted G1 and have been waiting a year now for a true upgrade. I was really looking forward to this phone, and will more than likely still get it, but I am really bummed to see that it doesn’t have the qHD display or the true 21Mbps connection speed. I was hoping May since that was the last rumor but what’s really the difference between waiting 10 months vs. 11 to upgrade?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Terence-Ragland/20512989 Terence Ragland

    The screen res kinda have me underwhelmed. I was expecting qHD *sigh* I blame AT&T!!!

    • Jtrip

      “I blame AT&T!!! ”

      LOL!!!

    • Farhan

      This doesn’t sound like a Pyramid anymore. Should be called the HTC Sand Dune.

      • Bob_ahblah

        So, we have a 3G phone here with 768MB of ram and a 480 x 800 display? Basically an extra core with lipstick. I’ll wait for something else.

        • Anonymous

          I’m curious what may you be looking for?

        • Farhan

          I was looking forward to a qHD screen, 1.3MP FFC, and 21Mbps HSPA+, in addition to the other specs.

        • Ithitmeallatonce

          exactly! if this thing came out today I’d be slightly disappointed. Let alone in freakin June…….

        • Ithitmeallatonce

          exactly! if this thing came out today I’d be slightly disappointed. Let alone in freakin June…….

        • Ithitmeallatonce

          exactly! if this thing came out today I’d be slightly disappointed. Let alone in freakin June…….

        • Anonymous

          Oh cmon man. By the time you do end up gettin THAT they will be coming out with 720p screens with 3MP FFC, and 42Mbps HSPA+ or LTE. This will be nice and is worth getting.

        • Farhan

          Sure, things do get better relatively fast in the mobile world, but there are phones out there that use a qHD screen, have a 21Mbps HSPA+ chip, and have a 1.3MP FFC.

          They’re not all in the same phone, but the parts are available. So to really be worthy of the name Pyramid, HTC should improve the specs. At least that’s what I think.

        • Anonymous

          I aint mad atcha. Frankenstein!!

        • Bob_ahblah

          I don’t even know what I want myself. I guess I’ll know it when I see it. I don’t think the Pyramid is it but I’ll at least wait for the “official” specs. My contract is up in May. I may search for another carrier. I haven’t really researched phones or how the service is for other carriers in my area yet. TMO service has been great for me but I definitely don’t want a phone that may not work in the not too distant future.

      • Anonymous

        HA

        • Farhan

          I still might get it though. Looking to let go of my HD2.

  • ColdFeet

    That’s exactly when I was planning on upgrading! Perfect! I was worried that this phone might have the typical “fisher price” look like some of the other phones on T-Mobile but was relieved when the pics started leaking.

    Looking forward to my new HTC Pyramid!

  • Anonymous

    I guess by the time this drops we will know if the SGS2 is coming our way. When could we expect some official announcements from TMO down in Orlando??

    • whosaidwhat

      I think the SGS2 moved up to number one on my list (if it’s coming to tmo). That phone is a beast and we actually know the true specs not just rumors that change every week. Fingers crossed that we hear more about it tomorrow.

  • Anonymous

    skin=dealbreaker

  • Chef_Fan

    The phone was acceptable until it got to the HTC Sense 3.0 part. It’s stock Android or nothing for me from here on out. A phone this powerful with vanilla Android OS would be nearly future proof.

  • Anonymous

    Wow, this is shaping up to be one impressive device. I wonder if it will be future-proofed to run on AT&T bands as well, with the upcoming merger and all.

    http://www.transdgtl.com

  • http://twitter.com/teleknEsis Kyle Miller

    480×800 would be a dealbreaker for me. Really wanted a qHD display. Please please please let it have a qHD display

    • Ithitmeallatonce

      agreed. I may be alone but this is really disappointing. Has anyone seen the rumored specs on Sprints EVO 3D??

    • Ithitmeallatonce

      agreed. I may be alone but this is really disappointing. Has anyone seen the rumored specs on Sprints EVO 3D??

    • Ithitmeallatonce

      agreed. I may be alone but this is really disappointing. Has anyone seen the rumored specs on Sprints EVO 3D??

  • Chrisrj8084

    I was finally looking forward to moving to a new phone from my HD2 but Im not so hot about the same WVGA screen, I was really excited about the qHD but who knows. It may be the case

  • Chrisrj8084

    I was finally looking forward to moving to a new phone from my HD2 but Im not so hot about the same WVGA screen, I was really excited about the qHD but who knows. It may be the case

  • http://twitter.com/newspeak newspeak

    so just to be clear …there is no difference between 3 g and 4g phones on tmobile ….tmobile uses a 3g standard thats faster then ATT on the 1700mhz band …when the merger happens ATT will take that spectrum and re-purpose it for LTE and none of the phones that are currently on tmobiles network will work at 3g/”4g” speeds

    if nothing changes that will happen in one year….that being said ATT will replace the phone with any on their network so it might be a good way to feed a phone addiction for free

  • http://twitter.com/newspeak newspeak

    so just to be clear …there is no difference between 3 g and 4g phones on tmobile ….tmobile uses a 3g standard thats faster then ATT on the 1700mhz band …when the merger happens ATT will take that spectrum and re-purpose it for LTE and none of the phones that are currently on tmobiles network will work at 3g/”4g” speeds

    if nothing changes that will happen in one year….that being said ATT will replace the phone with any on their network so it might be a good way to feed a phone addiction for free

    • Anonymous

      I’m thinking of scooping this up IF the SGS2 does not come our way and then 6,12,18 months or whatever later, like you said feed my phone addiction once again. Even if it means another $200 phone on a contract. Hey by then we’ll be looking at Quads and SAMOLED on more phones.

    • Aerofanbig

      How much you want to be their version of “comparable” is going to include a lot of mid-level REFURB devices? I just looked at AT&T’s phone page, they don’t have crap except a dozen versions of new and used iPhail POS devices and refurbed android phones. I HIGHLY doubt they will offer stuff like dual core, Galaxy 2, Pyramid level phones for the update. Nope, for those, you’ll have to pay and sign a new 2 year.

      Sorry Tmo, I’ve been one of your biggest supporters, but I’m not being foolish enough to buy a new phone and sign a new contract that will be useless in less then a year after any GOOD phone hits the market.

  • http://twitter.com/MrMegatron M.R. Smith

    this is the type of phone that should’ve been available for T-Mobile Q4 of last year (minus version 2.4)…it’s starting to seem like the “latest and greatest” phone will never b on T-Mobile…it’s nice…but…it jus feels tardy to the party…lol that’s how the song goes right??

    • Samus

      How do you figure, the only place T-mobile failed was the iPhone, which is a crappy phone anyway but sadly everyone wants one. Tmo had the first 4G phone and has stayed competitive in price and matched the major providers offerings of android. Had Tmo secured the iPhone late last year instead of verizon this wouldn’t have happened because a ton of people would flock to Tmo for the cheaper rates and the iPhone. Unfortunately too many people are fooled by a flashy device that is below par in specs with android phones already on market, so no one is going to leave Att even for cheap prices. Hence why Tmo remains the 4th largest carrier.

  • Havraha

    I’m not taking the plunge on ANY new phone any time soon. Thank God for the Pyramid, though! If it wasn’t for this thing, I would have bought a MyTouch 4G during the Valentine’s Day sale and been locked into another 2 year contract with all this crap going down! I’ve been out of contract for a couple of months now, and my Blackberry Bold 9700 is still in excellent operating condition, so I have time to scope the landscape, test the waters, and decide whether I’m going to stick with AT&T or bail to Verizon. Also, thank God T-Mo announced all of this BEFORE the Pyramid came out! Else I may have been screwed THEN too. Ugh.

  • http://twitter.com/ryanmarx ryanmarx

    1.2 GHZ dual core? What about those benchmarks a week or two ago which showed the pyramid getting schooled by the Optimus 2X (or was it 3D)?

    • http://twitter.com/MrMegatron M.R. Smith

      it was both of them

  • Garet

    No you should not buy tmobile pones on contract now 2 yr deal and within a year your phones data will not work since AT&T plans on using Tmos towers for LTE which means your 3G and up will no longer work unless these new phones have AT&Ts bands on them also.

    • http://twitter.com/GinUwiNLady Moira Washington

      Exactly, instead of selling the whole company how simple would it have been to start making phones that included both bands?

    • Anonymous

      False Advertisement. After AT&T finalizes the purchase, their FIRST PRIORITY is not to run downstairs and flip the “T-Mobile Bands switch”. It will take a while.

    • Drivethruboy168

      Didn’t you guys read??? Anyone with a 3G or 4G T-Mobile phone will be traded out with something compareable! So don’t let that stop you from buying a dope a$$ phone!

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Edmond-Chou/598254704 Edmond Chou

        I bought my nexus one used and I am using a prepaid sim so I doubt they will care about it. so I’ll continue to say NO to AT&T

  • Anonymous

    FFC – check
    Dual Core – check
    4G – check
    Flash(dual even) – check
    The latest OS – check
    Big Screen – check
    Lots of RAM – check…

    Reason to still B!@ch – check

    • marc

      at&t buying tmobile = good reason to b!8ch

  • T-MoAndroidExpert

    I guess this phone will pretty much be our last stand. If that’s true, then I’d be honored to try and sell this. Great job HTC and T-Mobile! To all the people saying they would not sign a new two year contract due to this merger, please remember, there still is a chance however slim that this might not go through. If it doesn’t and you spent all year avoiding getting a new phone, there might not be much of a T-Mobile left for you to come back to.

    Even if you don’t buy anything this year from T-Mobile, if you plan to stay through this takeover, then express to AT&T how you would prefer that they keep T-Mobile’s customer service force. If we are going to survive and carry on T-Mobile’s ideas in any form, then we will need all the customer’s we can get speaking up for us. It’s up to you guys!

    • Ithitmeallatonce

      I can care less about tmobiles customer service. I don’t want my rate plan to change period. I’m with T-Mobile because they’re the cheapest. They go up one penny…I’m out

      • T-MoAndroidExpert

        Thank you so much for your service. It’s nice to know that all the hard work I’ve put into getting customers like you on these low cost rate plans appreciate it. Dude, we are possibly facing thousands of lay offs and your worried about your rate plan going up? Put some things in perspective please. It’s no fun for us either.

        • Samus

          While the possibility of layoffs is sad, people still worry about their rate plans going up. Many people rely on their cell phone as their only phone. Some are straped for cash and don’t have jobs currently and if any bill goes up significantly they could be screwed. This economy is bad for everyone, so yeah I can see the point of someone who doesn’t want their rate plan to go up. That is the perspective.

      • T-MoAndroidExpert

        Thank you so much for your service. It’s nice to know that all the hard work I’ve put into getting customers like you on these low cost rate plans appreciate it. Dude, we are possibly facing thousands of lay offs and your worried about your rate plan going up? Put some things in perspective please. It’s no fun for us either.

      • T-MoAndroidExpert

        Thank you so much for your service. It’s nice to know that all the hard work I’ve put into getting customers like you on these low cost rate plans appreciate it. Dude, we are possibly facing thousands of lay offs and your worried about your rate plan going up? Put some things in perspective please. It’s no fun for us either.

    • Anonymous

      I’d say buy this phone (or any tmobile 3g/4g phone now) only if you are the type of person who buys a new phone every year.

  • FtKnoxTMO

    Guess it’s good that my MyTouch3G contract is up in June. I should have a lot more info on the merger and more choices for a new handset. I too was looking forward to this phone, but from the limited test scores I have seen on this dual core processor, even at 1.2 gig, it falls way below the other ARM based dual core’s. The lower res display is another killer for me.

    I look at the merger with mixed feelings. While AT&T does have very good 3G signal where I live and T-Mobile just updated from GPRS to EDGE, with chance of an update 3G/4G very small, I have never had a dropped call with T-Mobile in the 13 years I have been a customer. The good thing about such slow data rates is that it does keep the cell data usage down, i.e. I have to stay on WiFi most of the time and so my usage is usually under 200 Meg’s a month. I also know that if AT&T turns off the AWS freq’s for TMO, they will give you for free a “Comparable” handset. So prepare to be screwed or jump ship.

  • http://twitter.com/GinUwiNLady Moira Washington

    rate plans are apart of customer service.

  • http://twitter.com/GinUwiNLady Moira Washington

    rate plans are apart of customer service.

  • http://twitter.com/GinUwiNLady Moira Washington

    rate plans are apart of customer service.

  • Anonymous

    I’m going with GSMArena’s findings and assume this thing does in fact have a qHD screen.

    • frigadroid

      What do you think will you get this phone? I kind of wanted it but I have a year to go on contract with wifes phone and even longer on my vibrant. I’m not worried about at&t I just think it might be prudent for people who signed a contract for the vibrant last july to wait for an lte phone or see what they have to offer. If the deal goes down the timing would be about right. Or buy now and milk my grandfathered loyalty plan for a year after the deal goes down. Sad thing is once its final if we want a new device we will most likely lose our loyalty plan. :-(

      • Anonymous

        I was just talkin to somebody about that last part. We get grandfathered in from jump but once our phones no longer work we will more than likely have to sign a new contract and get a new phone along with THEIR pricing plans and features. Unless of course you buy your phone at full price then they can’t take your plan away(i hope).

        Me getting a new phone is solely dependent on the SGS2 for TMO. If it does come out then I will sign a new contract and then sign a new one later when I have to. I aint worried about ATT either.

        If the SGS2 does not (which it probly won’t) come our way then I will go ahead and pick up the Pyramid just for the fun of it also on contract.

        If I can get a year to a year and a half out of a $200 phone then so be it. Lack of SuperAMOLED is the only reason for me to not buy a new phone in the near future.

        Also, I’m up in August so I’m not clear as to exactly what I want to do yet.

  • Anonymous

    I’m going with GSMArena’s findings and assume this thing does in fact have a qHD screen.

  • Anonymous

    I’m going with GSMArena’s findings and assume this thing does in fact have a qHD screen.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lucas-LeCompte/47912789 Lucas LeCompte

    I really wanted this phone, but i dont think im getting it now. I have one discount left this year and i was going to use it on this phone. I love my mytouch 4g so far, so i guess i will just wait it out and see what happens with this ATT stuff. Im trying to be positive about this but its hard too. ATT really wont keep anything from tmo except the towers. Im sad because i applied at tmobile because they support android and actually care about customers. ATT on the other hand…….

  • Camille

    Everybody keeps saying to still go ahead and make purchases at T-Mobile as if nothing may happen. I see the point of view of the customer service reps, but I can’t discount my own feelings regarding rate plan changes and phone costs. I had every intention of getting the G2X when it’s released. I’m still using the original MyTouch, and it’s time to get a new phone, but I’m no longer sure if I should do that now. I am currently on an even more plus plan, have 3 lines and the @Home service. All of our cell phones are paid for, and I do not want a contract plan. So, if this buyout does go through and AT&T eliminates the T-Mobile bands, I’m looking at having to replace 3 cell phones, and possibly finding another home phone provider (at a higher rate cause no one can beat $10 a month). AT&T could possibly provide free phone offers for T-Mobile customers so that they would have phones with the proper bands, but then that would more than likely require me to sign another contract, and I don’t always readily have cash available to just purchase phones, like I would prefer to do in order to remain on a month-to-month plan (why, because of situations like this, I prefer to keep my options open and if I decide to leave T-Mobile/AT&T, I can with no ETF). Not to mention the fact that my monthly costs will go up. Ultimately, this is not going to work out well for my situation. So, going ahead and purchasing a phone right now just to save T-Mobile, which may or may not even be possible, just doesn’t seem feasible to me.

    • http://twitter.com/ITMedCEO Derrick Ford

      Those who say “Still Go Ahead and buy…” Are probably AT&T Stock Holders…. they just purchased Tmobiles Debt!!! – which still has to be paid!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela
  • b3t0

    So which phone its better G2x or the Pyramid?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Edmond-Chou/598254704 Edmond Chou

    I am going to keep my Nexus One for a lot longer. Who knows if 3G service will continue to be available after the merge.

  • Nique

    you guys have seemed to not read the part where it said MT4G slide? i was goign to get mt4g valentines but i had 3 more months until full upgrade so if the mt4g slide comes out im def getting that

  • James

    I disagree. AT&T has stated they will re-purpose T’s 3G bandwidth, and while this phone should be all on 4G, we also know that in reality sometimes you bump onto edge when you should only be on 3G. Buying anything from T-Mobile (as much as I love them) is too risky right now. Or, if you do buy, just be aware you may have to change to something else provided by ma bell.

  • Anonymous

    maybe now i can finally put my mytouch3g to rest

  • Wilma Flintstone

    Gsmarena has exclusive Frontal Shots of the HTC Pyramid and the resolution is slightly better than the Desire HD’s. Here’s the Link:
    http://www.gsmarena.com/exclusive_htc_pyramid_frontal__shot_confirms_qhd_resolution-news-2438.php

  • Youngt82

    Yes sounds awesome but I hope this is not the mytouch 4g slide, I want this to be out 4.3 dual core touch screen phone only!!! But wouldn’t mind if htc make a slide out version too that would be the mytouch 4g slide :) anything right now sounds better than the sidekick 4g because I am not getting it. But hey David, any news on the mytouch 3g slide getting froyo???? Hehe because its been 10months and still left on 2.1 :( please find out and let us know. Thanks

  • Wilma Flintstone

    Also, this will be the phone to hold me over until the Nokia N950 releases. Unless the N950 releases sooner than this phone.

  • Youngt82

    By the way I like how david is getting busy lately with the deal, new phones and information for T-Mobile lol that’s right editor keep up the good work and find out everything you can so you drop news all day and this week :)

  • Anonymous

    I know this wont happen but should if T-Mobile was smart they would start offering 1yr contracts it would be good for them and the customers they just sold out. I wont bring morals into this because I know its all about a $ but it would be nice I know I wouldn’t mind renewing in June for this if that was the case.

    • alex

      tmo didnt sell us out DT did

      • Anonymous

        Yea technically your right. I still think they should consider this.

    • TweetMo

      Umm… T-Mo does offer 1 year contracts. I’ve been with them for 5+ years and have never had a 2 year contract. You just pay about $50 more for the phone. I just asked a rep on Friday and they still offer 1 year contracts.

      • Anonymous

        I also have been with them 5 years and they don’t offer them anymore, since early last year or earlier. I think that rep lied to you.

  • Tmoguy

    Does It have an HDMI OUT or anything like it?

  • Anonymous

    David is about to drop a bomb on you guys. Straight CTIA style.

  • Jefe
    • Jefe

      and it looks like it has stock android

    • Jefe

      and it looks like it has stock android

    • Anonymous

      ????? @pimp

    • Anonymous

      ????? @pimp