T-Mobile releases the new Google phone as MyTouch. Like its predecessor, Google's mobile operating system, Google Android, also operates. Although consumers have not tested the product, they are said to be smaller, lighter and faster than the T-Mobile G1.
T-Mobile MyTouch's biggest development is the keyboard. Unlike the G1, the keyboard is part of the touch screen. This feature is that the iPhone has used too much success. MyTouch vibrates when a key is touched to let you know it has done it right. Another added feature is the so-called predictive text.
The second physical change is the size of the phone. This is much more complicated than the bulky G1. Generally, if the batches are smaller, the same is true for the MyTouch, which is 4.1 ounces in weight compared to the 5.6 ounces of the G1's high performance. The last physical change is the available colors. You will be able to have a delicate white and black, and a shade of burgundy. Do not worry, though I'm sure T-Mobile lets you leave a lot of skin to personalize MyTouch.
The G1 had a huge problem with the terrible battery life. T-Mobile MyTouch tries to fix this problem by upgrading the battery to 1340 mAh and claims to have six hours of talk time. Of course, if the phone is released and tested, the talk time will be much smaller than what was said.
T-Mobile MyTouch has 4 GB of microSD memory. These cards are not very expensive and what they will use to make more memory available to your phone. The simplicity of updating your phone is certainly a great tool, but compared to the 32 MB memory, this is an area that MyTouch does not resemble.
MyTouch will be installed with Android. This is Google's mobile operating system. Google Android was the best part of G1, and this new version contains some updates that need to be released. With the popularity of Google's Android mobile operating system, in 2009 T-Mobile launches some Android devices.
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