Just a quick PSA letting you know that the Samsung Galaxy Note, myTouch, and myTouch Q are all available starting today at T-Mobile.
The Galaxy Note is a little late to the party as Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 2 in a few weeks. The price is $249.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate. You also have the option of going with one of T-Mobile’s Value Plans, which will put the phone at $199 with $20 installments. You can check out our review of the AT&T version here.
The next generation of the T-Mobile MyTouch smartphone series are on their way everyone. The devices known as the myTouch and myTouch Q are developed by Huawei and will each feature a 1.4GHz processor, 4-inch WVGA screen, 5MP camera and Gingerbread 2.3. Both devices are identical except for one thing— the myTouch Q will sport a slide-out QWERTY keyboard for those of you into having physical keys on your devices.
Both devices are expected to be available from August 8th and either phone will run you a mere $50 on contract— after a $50 mail-in rebate of course. Want more details? Ok fine— you’ll get additional details found in the presser once you hit past the break.
Now this is a great way to start off the holiday weekend! Sources from the highest level of the government have leaked the supposed release dates for Magenta’s upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note and myTouch by Huawei.
- Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB Metallic Blue – June 20th
- Samsung Galaxy S III 32GB Metallic Blue – June 20th
- T-Mobile myTouch (Huawei Phoenix) – July 11th
- T-Mobile myTouch (Huawei Buddy) – July 11th
- Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB Ceramic White – July 11th
- Samsung Galaxy Note – July 11th
If these dates are legitimate, T-Mo customers can look forward to getting the magnificent GSIII in metallic blue in less than a month. Let’s hope this all pans out in what looks to be a killer summer for T-mobile.
T-Mobile is bent on keeping their MyTouch branding alive and well and there’s no secret that the company has been in cahoots with Huawei to become the hardware manufacturer of the next gen device. That being said, a device strongly resembling the Ascend G312 has reared its little frame over at the FCC revealing the MyTouch moniker and dubbed the “U8680”. Could this be the next qwerty variant of the MyTouch line? The FCC docs and pics reveal that there is compatibility with HSPA, UMTS, EDGE and GPRS technologies. We know the device Huawei plans to release is a 4-inch WVGA res’d device which will have ICS 4.0 on board. There will also be a 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255T SoC and 1GB or RAM running on the device. For now, we’ll just have to speculate until an official announcement is made by Magenta. Feel free to hit up the source link below for more FCC goodies.
At the beginning of the month we told you about T-Mobile’s plan to bring Chinese manufacturer, Huawei, on board to create the next line of T-Mo myTouch devices. At that time we saw a leaked press render of both the slide-out QWERTY (U730) and its solid counterpart (UA680), but now today we have a real-life image of the UA680 in the wild.
As you can see in the images below the device has the familiar myTouch rounded corners, Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a set of capacitive navigation buttons. The picture of the lockscreen clearly shows that there is some custom UI overlay going on as well. The only other specs we’ve seen so far is a 480 x 800 WVGA resolution with an unknown screen size. Knowing that this device won’t necessarily be high-end we can assume a screen size of around 4-inches. You can bet we will be seeing more from this duo in the near future but in the meantime check out the other leaked images after the break.
While the Chinese company Huawei has quietly released high-end devices like the Huawei Ascend P1 and the Huawei Ascend D Quad, they are still not a brand on the tip of the average American’s tongue. In an effort to change this, their next move is to produce two devices released by T-Mobile under the “myTouch” name. Starting in 2009, HTC and later LG had released phones under the myTouch branding. The new Huawei devices should be released sometime in the late spring of this year. The phones, named U8680 and U8730, are said to be identical other than the keyboard.
The only specs that have been released are the 480 x 800 WVGA resolution, and the fact that they will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
We don’t have much information to go on, but from the picture the devices look to have a screen size of 4 inches and are probably not high-end or expensive devices. T-Mobile has also released a Huawei tablet, called the T-Mobile Springboard. Maybe this is the start of Huawei releasing some high-end phones for T-Mobile. Huawei is well on its way to being a household name in the US.
Some Canadians have been green with envy considering there’s little news of smartphone sliders heading their way. After all, those Stateside recently found out they would be getting the myTouch Q while nothing was announced for Canada. You’re finally in luck since Bell will be releasing the myTouch Q as the LG Eclypse. In case you’ve forgotten, the device will feature a 1GHz Qualcomm single-core processor, 5MP camera with 720p video recording and of course, that sweet, sweet Gingerbread 2.3 goodness. Oh and if you look at the picture carefully, there’s a specific demographic targeted for the Eclypse. We’re looking squarely at you LG Rumour owners!
(Photo courtesy of Mobile Syrup)
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T-Mobile continues their myTouch line with the myTouch and myTouch Q which seem to pack a mean punch for a pair of little guys. Via their official Facebook page, the company has stated that the devices will be available online beginning Nov 2nd and in stores Nov 9th. At $79.99 each (after rebate and regardless of which model) you get an Android 2.3 device sporting a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU under the hood and a 5 meg camera with 720p video capture. Like we said, small but mighty for the playa not wanting high-end devices like the HTC Amaze and Samsung Galaxy S II.
T-Mobile is expanding their myTouch line with the new myTouch and the myTouch Q, both made by LG. The myTouch is sporting a 3.8-inch screen while the Q has a 3.5-inch screen and a slide out keyboard. Both devices are running Gingerbread with a 1GHz Qualcomm processor under the hood, a 5-MP camera, 720p video recording, and the myTouch adds in a front facing camera. These latest myTouch devices are also geared toward helping new smartphone owners get accustomed to their device in including quick tips, instructional videos, and a setup wizard. No pricing or release date was mentioned, but they are expected to hit before the holiday season. Both will have access to T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network with the myTouch available in white or black and the Q in either gray or violet. Hit up the break for the full press release.
Over the weekend we told you that T-Mobile had some devices for a super mega lauch day on November 2nd. Now we have a lot more insight due to a leaked roadmap, plus we have another release the week after.
- Samsung Robin: This is probably the Galaxy Tab Plus which is the replacement for the Galaxy Tab. Pricing will be $299 on contract.
One item to note is they have the dates for the HTC Amaze 4G and Samsung Galaxy S II wrong. We are not sure what the reason is, but the rest of the dates appear to be correct. The Amaze 4G and Galaxy S II will both launch on 10/12/11 which was previously announced.