T-Mobile Reveals myTouch HD Fact Sheet, T-Mobile TV Included

In case you missed it, the new upcoming myTouch made a surprise appearance at CTIA and then we even saw others go hands on with the hardware prototype. But that’s not the only thing T-Mobile revealed at Mobile Focus 2010. Apparently Magenta released a fact sheet for the upcoming T-Mobile myTouch HD. Although most of the content on the fact sheet is already known, we noticed one specific item on the sheet that caught our attention. T-Mobile TV. It looks like the myTouch HD will include T-Mobile TV, which according to the fact sheet, offers live and on-demand TV, including always free programming from ABC News Now, Fox Sports, PBS Kids, Disney, Univision, family holiday movie favorites and more. Sounds interesting! We’re looking for more details, so stay tuned! Larger image after the jump!

[Thanks, tk192!]


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  • HelloItsMe

    Nice, Cant Wait. This Or G2?

    • shadowdroid

      this hands down

    • EL

      G2 hands down

    • I think this is better than the G2 u was gunna get the G2 cuz my contract with sprint is over but naa better ima wait for this phone cuz it has a front facing camera and t-mobile tv i think its good that t-mobile finally got a tv service other than mobitv cuz mobitv sucks it was about time cuz sprint has sprint tv , verizon has vcast and att has celular video t-mobile was the only one that didnt have a tv service

      • RockTripod

        There isn’t one period in that entire ramble.

      • PimpStrong

        Now breathe

      • grazapin

        I love the fact that you used one solitary comma though, and it was in a correct place!

    • going_home

      Hands down hands down.


    • FILA

      If this can be rooted, then the G2, root the bitch to stock android, then you got yourself a hell of as phone

  • aLb3Rt

    I say both! ;)good find tmonews!

  • dethduck

    Saw this posted on Absolute Android earlier and that caught my eye as well. Although, what else come my eye was what was right below it.

    “Media room integrates music, movies, T-Mobile TV, ==FM RADIO!!!!==, yadda, yadda, blah blah.”

    Live and On-Demand TV PLUS FM Radio. I finally found the phone to replace my year old myTouch 3G.

    • dethduck

      Really? Am I the only one happy about a built in FM radio?

      • somebody

        radio does come in handy

      • midori

        Im happy about it too!!

      • darkknight49

        FM radio in LA sucks donkey b***s. And thats where I am….

    • KJ

      FM Radio FTW!!! It’s definitely one of the most underrated features. I use it all the time on my e73 to listen to Vikings games.

      • Frigadroid

        Go Vikings! I was let down big time when I got my Vibrant and found out along with the ffc the fm radio was missing.

      • Sami

        I’m a huge vikings fan!!!!! Vikings FTW!!!!!!!! Especially now with randy moss!

      • Midori

        Texans FTW!!!

  • Josue

    My sister might get this!

  • DrMonkey

    I’m gonna wait for the myTouch HD Slide

    • KJ

      That would be the ultimate device!

    • phongeek

      ditto i wonder if they are even considering it

  • jazzmanmonty

    hope this rom can get ported to HD2. about time a good tv option came out on android rather than mobitv on winmo. phone specs look way more appealing than the G2..except for missing a keyboard. well then i guess it may be a plus cuz people can’t complain about a loose hinge lol.

  • patrick

    just wanted to say, i ordered my g2! haha yaaayy! i used express shipping. does saturday count as a for shipping UPS? or fedex

    • hondavic

      NO! Mon-Fri…More than likely you will receive it Monday.

  • Surgio Armani

    Don’t get me wrong, I love my G2 but I’m so disappointed that T-Mo didn’t offer these kinds of features on that phone. The G2 was supposed to be revolutionary. First phone with a TMobile TV would have been a start.

    I really hope it will be an app available in the market.

    • jazzmanmonty

      exactly and now that you can’t root the G2 is bunch of b.s. i’m sure xda will make it all work. tmobile really knows how to screw up phones that should be awesome. instead they just spread all the features thin. they’ll never learn.

      • Yyevo

        Once again, that was HTC’s idea, not Tmobile’s. And, since the MyTouch HD will be an HTC phone, it will have the same “problem”.

      • Rilesman

        I am thinking the same thing…goodbye “rooting” or at least the way we use to know it. Challenges spawns innovation

      • Rilesman

        @Yyevo I am thinking the same thing…that this will also have the anti-rooting security feature. But then again, Challenges spawn Innovation.

  • ANG

    anyone know how much internal memory it has? maybe i missed it somewhere…

  • HD2/Vibrant/G2 USER

    This the G2 and HD7 will be a nice phone line up for me

  • Second gen 1gz snapdragon….loves it!!

  • Jonathan from Los angeles

    any info of how much internal memory this device will have?

  • David Thomas

    Welp, I was stuck between this or the G2 as an early upgrade. My mind is officially made-up. MyTouch HD all the way!

  • The Observer

    wow really? gonna announce tmobile tv for the mthd right after i buy g2? are you kiddin me?

  • AndroidRRR

    Hmm i have until the 19th to return my G2 it may go back for this :) i still wonder what the internal memory is though…

    • Robert

      That’s an easy one. Just take the advertised internal memory and divide it in half.

    • hondavic

      you may be out of your 14 day return policy due to the fact that MTHD maybe released Nov. 3rd

      • Simple fix. Take the G2 back, buy a $20 prepaid phone to substitute until the MyTouch is released and then keep as back up. And seriously, whats up with everyone still calling it MyTouch HD, T-Mobile has clearly released the name as just MyTouch.

  • jake

    I’m in the same boat man. Anyone have a suggestion?

  • jake

    I mean g2 or mthd?

    • Vibrant addict

      If you need a keyboard and ‘limited’ vanilla Android get G2. Everything else, my touch HD WINS.

  • Ansel

    Once again, MyTouch HD for the win…now, when can I bring my baby home huh?? =) Any word on a release date yet??

    • hondavic


  • Gary

    I thinks its supposed to be around 4GB but after seeing what they did to the G2, I’m sure it’ll be around 1GB or less by the time they’re done with it.

    • sorandkairi

      haha… below

  • sorandkairi

    I wonder just how much memory that this phone actually has built in…. maybe they already said it and I just missed it or something… does anyone know!?

    • mjN1

      If i remember it right its an 8GB internal and what ever micro SD you got.

  • SnakeEyez

    Will anybody seriously use this Tmobile TV on the regular?

    • somebody

      depends on the network

      Nfl on = hell yea

    • I kno i will when im bored in my lunch break ..

    • kershon

      Hell ya! Hockey addict.

    • ctk

      if there was some way i could get it on the vibrant, absolutely.

  • Will

    This is way off topic so please excuse me but I figured I’d get a better chance at a response in a newer topic. So here it is.

    I am a noob at this whole updating of the Android OS thing so my question is this…I have the Vibrant and I personally love my application drawer look so when/if 2.2 comes to the Vibrant will it change the look of it or what? I’m praying no cause I am one of the few that LOVE the way it looks (even though its very iPhone wannabe). Thanks guys!!!!

    • Will

      I mean the look is very iPhoneish. And again, sorry but I figured I’d get a better change at a response here. Thx again.

      • somebody

        probably not some small differences maybe but it will be the same basic idea

      • Will

        @Somebody Thank you for your response :) I hope it doesn’t change much at all in that manner. I figured it might not seeing as that is the work of TouchWiz.

  • roland

    What is the board members?

  • kershon

    I have now found the replacement to my blackberry. Everything I could ever want. I have been not so patiently waiting and almost jumped on the G2. Now how about a release date. I will be first in line even if I gotta camp out over night.

  • stream

    I have the G2 and I know all of you love vanilla android but its just too plain for me. I wanted to get this because of the ffc and expresso but I can honestly not live without a keyboard. Sorry MyTouch line, update your slide and MAYBE we have a deal.

    • Eddie Android

      Your G2 wont be so “plain” when it gets Gingerbread and Vibrant and MyTouch HD users are still stuck on 2.1/2.2 . I want to compare both the G2 and the Mytouch before dumping my Nexus One.

      • crazy ed

        Enjoy your stock g2! No root!

      • 30014

        Crazy Ed what makes you think that everyone cares about rooting? My g2 is awesome straight out of the box. As far as keeping the os updated based on the mytouch slide not getting updated yet I would say don’t hold your breath. No one bother with “its tmobiles flagship they will keep it up to date.” Just remember the mts and the original mytouch. Neither has been updated. But its your decision to make.

  • This phone will be simply AMAZING! Cant wait!

  • Wonder if this will have the new “HTC Security Measure”

  • jake

    I wonder how the mthd and g2 processors will stack up against each other.

    • Flyingrequin

      The are the same family of processors.

      The MyTouch is 1GHz while the G2 is 800 Mhz. I think everything else on the processor is the same.

      I actually wonder if from a manufacturing perspective it is not the same chip, just clocked differently.

      See this http://www.qualcomm.com/products_services/chipsets/snapdragon.html

      look for 2nd Gen Chips (MSM 8255 for the MyTouch and MSM 7230 for G2)

  • Yemi

    I dont care what people say about the lackluster of t-mobile phones!!!!!
    T-mobile is coming out throwing punches. Im sure T-mobile has a knockout punch hidden. Im digging for details of this heavy/knockout punch.

  • gettinmoneeyy

    i hope they bring tmobile tv to the g2 they can keep the other stuff

    • Brigini

      I’m with u on that one. The phone sounds pretty sweet but I’ll still pass on that espresso stuff. I’m loving my G2, just want that tmobile tv tho…

  • DavidOhio

    Wow. What a powerhouse! Might have to use my upgrade.

  • NiiDiddy

    I’m excited about our current Android selections and upcoming selections. T-Mobile is on fire. I LOVE T-MOBILE!!! Looking forward to owning another device soon, but will wait and see what rumors come out for Q1 2011. I have to admit, I love this myTouch!!!

  • PrisonerOfDoom

    Really want this phone, but might pick up a Vibrant instead. Am I crazy??

    • Danny Perez


    • rolo

      no flash, no hspa+ means no Vibrant to me

    • Vibrant Addict

      Naa, you’re not crazy.

      Vibrant still beats any other phone out there for screen. It’s amazing. The processor/GPU of the Vibrant is better once you perform a lagfix, so that’s another win.

      BUT, this phone does already have 2.2, a flash, FFC, and HSPA+. I am actually considering selling my Vibrant and getting this instead. (pending side by side comparison for screens, and pending root lock by HTC). Happy shopping.

    • Bimmerz

      Get the Vibrant 10-12 days before this comes out, and try it out. If you don’t like the Vibrant, take it back and get this – otherwise keep the Vibrant.

  • alex32 (g2)

    i really hope tmobile tv comes to my g2 as an update/or It should be one of those tmobile apps like my account so you can download it in the market.
    i was told an update to the g2 was coming soon to have the memory fixed.

    loving my g2 by the way, surprised me with battery. took it off the charger at 7:15am its 11 pm and still has 25% (with heavy use) bunch of calls, texts, emails, and 3 hours of pandora.
    the hinge issue is an issue..but not a deal breaker.

  • m.az

    This over G2, it looks stunning, and hopefully it does not have the chip the g2 was endowed with, so eventually it’s root able. but I really like the design I just wish the my touch part was not so obnoxious.

  • TMOprophet

    Pass for me, but may this or the G2 for the wife

  • HD2/Vibrant/G2 User

    I finally found a replacement for my g2!!!

  • Ann

    Nice and all but when are you going to come out with a phone that can act like a mobile hotspot. I am waiting for that

  • Fanandualum

    OMG!!! Did they just say it’ll come with Univision!?!?!?!? If so I think I just found the perfect phone!!!

  • thereugo

    Is it this or the G2???? Answers, answers, answers. This looks nice very nice, but will it have sense runnng on it? The G2 is a good phone also. What about the Glacier? What is that going to be packing? Any ideas ou there?

  • phone capo

    4.3 inches please

    • rolo

      especially with tv service!

    • tmoOWNED!

      If you want a 4.3 inch you have to wait the samsung galaxy s2! Just like I am go check it out on google its a beast phone and it will run dual core..

      • Bimmerz

        The GS2 interest me too, but it’s not due out until Q2 2011 – may have to get t this until that comes out. Although I am also interested in the Glacier, which is rumored to come in Q1 2011. I think 2011 is THE year for great phones (well at least until 2012 *grin*).

  • eYe

    Got G2, not too impressed with it. Too many bugs and obvious hardware flaws. This may be what I’m looking for. Just a little scared about HTC updating this phone,since it’s running skin over Android.

  • thereugo

    I was just on a website called IT PRO PORTAL and it says that the Desire HD is coming to Tmobile in a couple of weeks, to good to be true, check out the site and see what it says below…

    HTC Desire HD Coming To T-Mobile In ‘Next Few Weeks’

    08 October, 2010, by Staff Writer
    HTC’s upcoming Desire HD Android-based smartphone is heading to T-Mobile in the next few weeks, with Vodafone also set to be launching the phone on October 14th.

    According to tech news site T3, a source within the company has confirmed that T-Mobile has already begun piling-up the highly awaited smartphone and will launch it in the “next few weeks”.

    Vodafone, on the other hand, has already opened its doors for pre-orders of the smartphone, which will be available to its customers for free on monthly contracts ranging from £35 to £55.

    Users willing to pay to own the smartphone will have to pay anything between £25-£30 for a monthly contract with Vodafone.

    The new HTC Desire HD smartphone, which was showcased during a recent HTC conference in London, will come with Android 2.2 OS, a 8 MP camera with support for HD video recording, 1 GHz processor and a 4.3 inch LCD screen.

    Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/portal/news/article/2010/10/8/htc-desire-hd-coming-t-mobile-next-few-weeks/#ixzz11penhTYA

    • David, Managing Editor

      It’s not T-Mobile USA, it’s T-Mobile overseas.

  • thereugo

    Do you think it will come here? It only talks about Vodophone overseas.

  • jaythe01

    This hands down is our answer to the EVO and Droid X. Yes it may not have the big screen but what it lacks in size it most certainly makes up in power. I heard nothing but good things from folks in Vegas about this device. This will certainly put TMO in contention this yr….

  • Nerd lust

    Tmob Is really impressing me with the line up. I’m still holding on to my 8900, but these new androids are tempting!

  • alex

    I really hope we have the option for full white, it’s won’t be fair to be forced to have a black front, but I’ll still get this phone

  • kershon

    I like the white. But I want to see the plum before I dig for the bucks. Hmmm Decisions, decisions. Might pull in some ATT customers. I just read on Phonedog that the deathstar upped their early upgrade fee $200.

  • G1 user waiting on G2

    I hope the TV service is available on the G2, i loveeee my G2


    What an ugly POS. I’ll upgrade to the G2 instead!

    • alex32 (g2)


  • Tito!

    Sounds interesting. :)
    But I’ll stick to slingplayer .

  • I think it’s great that T-Mobile is rolling out their T-Mobile TV but I think for it to be truly successful and make people want to get phones/plans that support it they really need to step up their coverage/speeds nationwide. I know, for the most part, they have pretty good coverage in major cities. But they need to expand to other BIG cities in states that may not be as major as say Chicago, New York or Los Angeles.

    Just my opinion. But, like I said, I’m glad to see T-mo taking these steps…

    • Mast

      Chicago still does not have HSPA+, :( Seriously!

      very disappointing!!!

      • DBO


        Relax!!! The thing you have to understand is that patience is a virtue. I am willing to bet, that although they lay claim to having the largest network, Verizon customers are complaining about coverage just like every other wireless customer with other companies. Try having a little patience bc Chicago does have 3g coveage. Would you rather wait, and let it fall into place, or would you rather pay more for something that has not quite hit yet. I have said it once to others, I will say it again, Patience is a virtue

      • I feel you Mast…

        I’m originally from Chicago but am in graduate school at Michigan State in East Lansing, MI. Chicago has awesome reception and I get really fast speeds in Chicago but when I go to any of the major suburbs (20 miles west or north of it) speeds drop off.

        I’m not even going to talk about my reception here in East Lansing (Lansing, which is 3 miles away is the capital of Michigan). My reception in Michigan in general is terrible (and I’ve been ALL over the state). I’m usually on Edge which sucks to be honest. Michigan is OWNED by Verizon with Sprint coming in second. T-Mobile is non-existent in the state.

        Anyways, I really think if T-Mobile worked on solidifying their network and expanding their coverage they would be killing the competition. Sure, everyone talks about how they want the newest/fastest/sexiest phone but what good is that phone when it doesn’t work to its full potential?

      • Frigadroid

        I remember the days of Powertell. That’s when your phone wouldn’t work indoors, pass the county line, or outside 5 miles of a major interstate.
        We had to walk to school in the snow and rain 10 miles a day uphill both ways with no shoes.
        We used to have to get up to change the channel on the tv clicker.
        The moral of the rant is things will get better eventually as they have in the past in the near future we will be bitching about LTE.

      • blah

        Mast, dont listen to these guys, you have every right to complain especially when you pay the same amount as other Tmo users but get less speed. If we didnt complain nothing would get done and tmo wouldnt care. If left up to some of the people on this site we would be still under Englands rule and slaves would still be in bondage as they should be “grateful” for a food and a place to live…. Things only get better because people take an active stance to make it better, it doesnt magically happen on its own…

      • darkmonday

        umm i have a nexus one and i get speeds of 5mbs down, maybe its the phone u have

    • phongeek

      i understand you im just glad they made a big step with the wifi calling, per say like in my college you CANNOT get reception at all indoors …looks like thats about to change

    • ingram pdx

      well… on my cliq xt in portland this last august i was able to get 8MBps download speeds… fast enough for me to watch youtube with no problems.

  • Rilesman

    Hope there is not a charge coming with these features….feeling bad ju ju here.

  • Rpinazo

    What’s the deal with the “HD”. Are you guys just using this to avoid confusion of the first or do you guys still suspect this to be the final name? I hope this drops before Thanksgiving

  • karlc

    hmmmm….me-likey, perhaps i should have waited for this instead of my vibrant…….even though im enjoying it, the MYT-HD reads like the phone some of us have been waiting for…..for a long time!!!!

    • Tpavey

      I thought the same, but with the ji6 update my vibran runs well. Froyo will come eventually. I’m waiting for Gingerbread phones before I upgrade again.

  • Im totally getting this baby! the more i hear bout it the more i want it!

  • Mike

    This phone looks good but i need to hold it and play with it. I never buy a phone with out actually handling it first hand. So far the vibrant and G2 are good, but still not making me crazy enough to get a new phone yet.

    • get real

      You make your phone decision like I make decisions about women. “…looks good but i need to hold it and play with it.”

  • HD2/Vibrant/G2 User

    What ever happened to project emerald

    • David, Managing Editor

      It’s the myTouch.

  • Why are there a bunch of complainers and cry babies in this world? Dont they know that there are much more important things to worry about?

    • DBO

      Amen, Just me. Nothing will ever satisfy some of these crybabies and sissies, who want ther phone to do EVERYTHING under the sun, knowing that they will not ever use half of the capability of what the phone can even do

      • blah

        wow, slob on the tmo knob much?

  • ian

    Is it just me i dont remeber seeing anywhere this was getting sense or expresso ui, nor have i seen any pics with it. Possible like the original my touch it will be stock android

    • Rpinazo

      Highly doubt it. With that Genius button and the MyFaves page….no stock Android!

  • anyone know what the internal memory will be on the new My Touch?

    • blah

      Rumored 768MB or something to that effect, internal HDD is said to be 2-4GB with 8GB card installed.

  • Will the mytouch HD have the capability like the nexus one. Portable HotSpot? I know they removed the feature in the G2 sadly

    • podstolom

      I think the thought of tethering (USB or Wi-Fi) on HSPA+ is scaring the brown out of T-Mobile Management, seeing as they are enabling it on their dinky new Optimus-T but not the G2, and most likely not the MyTouch either. But hopefully they will mend their wayward ways in future software updates. As they said they might. As if I have any faith in any credibility for that kind of non-committal promise.

  • thereugo

    I was thinking of getting the G2 now with out rooting, I dont know. Will anyone tell me if the G2 will possibly be rooted? What about the Mytouch, is it going to have SENSE on it? Will it have that security chip in it? What happen to the Glacier and what is it?

    • k-mack

      I would say that eventually there will be a permanent root for the G2. It’s really just a matter of time. I love mine and don’t necessarily need to root it actually. I guess it would be nice but not a must right now. The phone is amazing. This myTouch HD looks really nice. I think it will be really well received, especially with the ffc, wifi calling, 1GHz MSM8255 chip, HD video recording, genius button, tmobile tv, fm radio, etc! Sounds like I’ll have to pick this baby up when it drops! I’m psyched that it has all the frequencies so we can use it in europe and asia too. when I think about it, this phone is really packed with features! I’m betting it will sell well for them.

  • Foxeh

    Looks like we were right on the money with the MSM8255 SoC in there. Good thing we nipped the dual-core rumors in the bud.

    I bet this will have the same self-restoration feature the G2 has.

    • blah

      Im curious to see what the XDA community can pull out of the chip, its quadrant scores are too close to hummingbird to think it can only pump out half the triangles, also anyone know if that estimate is which shaders on or off?

  • LyonByTheSea

    … dont yell … LOL

    is this the phone that is supposed to give the iPhone a run for its money?

  • mtnman

    Wonder if you’ll be able to tether on the MyTouch? As far as the tv goes, I watch TV.com on my Vibrant, but can’t do it at work sice I do maintanence. Love to have it though, I bet it’s the same thing as Samsung’s Media Hub where you’ll have to purchas shows or similar to it.

  • kai

    i heard theyre gonna roll out with the name mytouch 4g.

    • J-man

      that would definitely bring in the crowds. hopefully this phone does bring in ppl, i am sold, only if i had the money…

  • low

    heres a fact looks like a chick phone ,need something that looks like the evo please tmo ,a nice 4.3 screen and hspa plus,ffc please

    • Midori

      That sounds more like an opinion,unless you have reasonable proof?

      • low

        i have proof i want buy it by all means if you like it have fun with it

      • SnakeEyez

        You have proof that it looks like a chick phone? Wow, can I see your proof?

      • low

        i must have touch a nerve with the chick phone comment lol and yes it is my opinion and if your a dude and you want one stop being sensitive its not that serious lol ,by all means if you like it buy it ,it not my style thats all ,its a powerhouse its comes in different colors and the style doesnt fit me,heres one fact im not buying one , HTC Glacier is what im looking at i hope tmo (hint)

    • Rpinazo

      Not everyone wants a big ass 4.3″ screen. The Evo looks like a damn portable DVD player! People keep complaining about everything. That’s the beauty with America… If you don’t like something then leave…..Sprint is waiting.

      • low

        well i do like the 4.3’s ,and sprint sucks ,try them and see ,and the beauty of america is freedom of speech ,tmo should offer a larger device in andriod ,we have one in windows, and if you dont like it dont buy it ,maybe you can buy my n1 or my vibrant or my g2, i only used on of them anyway smh

  • Rpinazo

    T-Mobile could come out with a phone that can navigate a car and people would still complain that it doesn’t do the same for a motocycle….lmao. Big Babies!

  • ogopogo

    This phone is definitely worth the wait. I passed up the Vibrant based on sketchy details about the MTHD, then passed up the G2 based on additional leaks about the MTHD. This one just seals the deal.

    MTHD all the way now!

  • cham

    Isn’t this phone supposed to have a dual-core processor?

    • blah


      • jake

        No, its going to have a quad- core!

  • Ansel

    Any word if the screen’s gonna be SLCD??

  • JP

    Can’t wait. Release thing thing already !!!!!

  • Flyingrequin

    I have a few questions about the Tmobile TV service. Given that both the MyTouch and the G2 sport the Qualcomm chips that can pick up mobile tv service, I would think that it might be possible to get the service on the G2 through a software upgrade.

    Question 2 – there was some news very recently that Qualcommm is suspending the sale of FLO tv (basically their mobile tv service). They own the frequency ranges for this service. Does that mean that Tmobile TV is also a limited time venture constrained by when Qualcomm actually pulls the plug on the service?

    • David, Managing Editor

      The TV is a rebranded MobiTV from T-Mobile, it’ll have a new icon but it is MobiTV.

      • Flyingrequin

        ok – thanks.

        It does say always free programming for ABC news, etc. Does that mean there will not be an extra $10 for Mobi tv/Tmobile tv?

  • JiRiz

    My only question is why is the HD7 so attractive, and this is so ugly? I mean, can we GET an ATTRACTIVE and professional looking keyboardless Android phone on tmo? Desire HD hardware with “stock” Android. That’s all I want. They did it with the Desire Z and the G2. What gives?

    • Flyingrequin

      I am with you on that. Why? why? Mytouch functionality, HD7 looks.

  • teport

    Does any one know if this phone will be compatible with at&t’s 3g? i know i am going to get crap from you guys but i have to switch to at&t. work requires me to have an att line. and i dont see the need in me having two lines. i would like to at least take a bit of tmo with me. and this phone IS what i am going to get. beats everything that att has by far. go ahead people start throwing trash at me i know i know i am goin to at&t…………sad sigh (:<) p.s. what about the g2? i want one.

  • J1

    3.8in slcd screen, 1ghz sec gen processor, 5mp cam, ffc, froyo, t-mobile t.v., hspa+, etc.. Those features/specs coupled with t-mobile’s affordable pricing should be enough to off set any grievances one may have over the build quality ( I for one dig it)..

    It seems like some people wouldn’t be happy unless they were actually able to design the phone themselves.. Guess what there would still be other people who would label your “dream phone” a fail..

    My point is if you expect more than what you think t-mobile is providing, then you have every right to cancel your service and not give em anymore of your money.. In the end you have your self to blame if your paying for service/products your not happy with..

    • Ansel

      Thank you for indirectly answering my question about the SLCD lol…and I agree with you completely. If you can’t do anything but complain about what T-Mobile ISN’T doing to their phones and not appreciate what they ARE doing you can kindly go to a different carrier. I however, and MANY others will buy the new myTouch happily.

  • mailman13877 (HTC EVO 4G)

    FINALLY TMO has smartened up..I have said it all along and stuck to it..This should have been their HSPA+ lainch phone but they aren’t smart..I wont argue if people say this phone is better than the Evo cause it fits the competitive features every non SETTLER and myself wanted..I luv my Evo and congrats to this phone and whoever gets it.This is a true competitor.
    So much for those SETTLERS who said video call will never be a hit..It will an TMO has recognized that.They took forever but got it right for once..Even the ipod touch has an FFC lol..I would stick to my SLING PLAYER if i were you guys though.I can’t get enuff of SLING since my TMO Wing an now on my big screen Evo i hook it up in my car and get car speakers as a nice surround sound when im on the go on football sundays..Welcome to the competition MTHD..Other than this phone TMOs other phones are still lame including that lame vibrator and G2..smh hehe..Evooo FTW imo

  • stickywicket

    I know a lot of people are thrilled with the G2, but it’s not doing much for me. Before Swype I thought I _had_ to have a keyboard, now I know I don’t and am seriously considering returning the G2 and getting the MyTouch. If it looked like the Desire HD there’d be no doubt. What was Tmo thinking? (I seem to ask that a lot)

  • going_home

    I cant see where it says how much RAM the phone has ?
    Am I just missing it ?


    • SnakeEyez

      No, I have been wondering why they haven’t confirmed the ram yet while everything else is confirmed. This site has the ram listed at 768mb, itd be sweet if its true


      • going_home

        That link has the ROM at 3.7 GB which is good even if it is afflicted with the Linux “not able to see more than 2GB” thing the G2 has.


  • PhonePhreak

    Maybe someone covered this already, but wasn’t this phone supposed to be dual core in the processor department? I’ll probably get the phone as long as it doesn’t have the anti-root bug that the G2 has…but how did the specs change from a month ago to what’s showing up now?

    • going_home

      I dont thing any dual core TMO phones will be out till Q2 of 2011, at least thats what I’ve been hearing.
      I’m hoping the successor to the Nexus One will be out by then so I can snag one.


  • Johnny Kay

    I personally played around with the G2 the second day it was released and I must admit that it’s a sweet phone. I truly appreciate the presence of the physical qwerty keyboard even though I can live with the software qwerty. Tmobile’s HSPA+ is BLAZING fast! I live in L.A., however, I was in the greater L.A. area at the time. The rep told me they have the hspa+ spread out pretty well throughout the valley. So, you pretty much have 4G like speeds where ever you go through the valley and the downtown area.

  • what kind of batter will be in this phone???

  • battery… what kind of battery will this phone have? will it have better battery life than the SAMSUNG VIBRANT… cuz this VIBRANT SUX!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I bet next year there would be 150 mytouch species on the market