A month ago, T-mobile made public the new LG-made Android smartphones. Here we bring you another piece of exciting news: as T-mobile announced before long, my Touch and my Touch Q would go on sale on November 2. my Touch has an all-touch screen with a 3.8-inch display. While compared with that, my touch Q sports a smaller screen of 3.5-inch with a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard. Which one do you prefer more? Maybe it will be up to different tastes of different people.
Although these two are a bit different in appearance, they have a lot in common with regard to their configuration. Both of them have a 5-megapixel rear-facing shooter with 720p HD video recording support, a front-facing camera, 1 GHz single-core processor and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Among all the features, the front-facing camera becomes a highlight for both of them. What’s more, they enjoy HSPA and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Some usual pre-installed software including T-Mobile’s Set-up Wizard, Tips Widget as well as Genius Button – gimmicky are also available in these two handsets. The softwares are supposed to facilitate making good use of the functions of the handset for first-time Android Phone users at large. That seems a very sweet consideration for green hands. Most time you will find T-Mobile’s handsets are HTC devices with my Touch name on them. So these two smartphones are the first non-HTC devices that carry my Touch name. Meanwhile both handset produced by LG has enriched T-mobile’s mid-range lineup.
After my Touch and my Touch Q going on sale, you can get them at the same price of $79.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate and two year contract. It is pretty a good deal considering the price and configuration. If you are curious about the two handsets, you can refer to http://mytouch.t-mobile.com/simple-phones to get more information.