July 24, 2009
T-Mobile Introduces the myTouch 3G™
T-Mobile introduces a phone to rival the Apple iPhone and RIM BlackBerry devices. It is called the myTouch 3G (with Google). It has a sleek design, and the company prides itself on providing a phone that molds to the user’s needs. The screen is designed to look similar to a desktop screen, and like a computer desktop, the phone’s screen can be changed to look customized. The buttons on the home screen can be moved around as well.
MyTouch 3G is also application-ready. So, like the iPhone and the BlackBerry, thousands of applications will be available for download directly to the myTouch 3G. It seems the phone aims to compete with their rival companies as much as possible by providing features like the applications, individualization, convenience, speed, etc. People aren’t satisfied with plain call-in and call-out phones anymore. If it’s not hyperactive and full of gadgets and widgets and Facebook and touch screens and icons and more and more, it is no longer relevant.
One new feature unique to the myTouch 3G that looks pretty cool is the personalized shell. Don’t get me wrong, I like the uniformity of the BlackBerry or the iPhone because I like simplicity. But on the other hand, bright colors and crazy designs are appealing, too. The myTouch 3G allows you to customize the outside design of your phone; you can choose from a pre-made design that is provided for you, or you can use something custom. You can use anything from a graphic design of your own to a photo; the options are endless.
The T-Mobile myTouch 3G™ with Google will be released on August 5, 2009, but you can pre-order the phone today!
Posted by Shaane at 6:00 am