As expected, T-Mobile has finally unveiled their newest Android handsets; the myTouch. Unlike the other slider version, the new T-Mobile myTouch comes with a fully touchscreen interface and packs a number of powerful specs including the ability to do video calling. This is incidentally, the first smartphone from T-Mobile to come with the ability to video call. The functionality is expected to be available over Qik and Yahoo Messenger.
Speaking of technical specifications, the T-Mobile myTouch comes with a 3.8″ WVGA display, a next generation SnapDragon core processor running at 1 GHz and two cameras – one rear-facing camera sporting a 5-megapixel camera sensor and another front facing camera that will support video chat. And yes, 720p HD video capture is supported as well. Wi-Fi 802.11 is supported and video chat is expected to be supported on Wi-Fi as well as 3G. Best of all, the network is expected to work over T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network that will give you realistic browsing speeds of up to 14Mbps.
No word on pricing or launch date as yet.