A document that claims to be an internal sheet from T-Mobile has been circulating in the web and it reveals some key features of myTouch HD. The document hints at what we can expect from the T-Mobile myTouch HD when it launches later this year.
According to the document sourced by TmoNews, the HSPA+ (4G) handset will be coming with a 3.8-inch screen, Swype, 4GB internal space and a bundled 8GB SD card. It will also sport a 5 megapixel rear camera and a VGA camera on the front for video calling. It will also be coming with Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system and a 1GHz Dual processor.
Its video calling abilities will, reportedly, be available over 3G, HSDPA+ or WiFi. There’s also talk about screen sharing for pictures and video onto a HDTV. That could be referring to something as simple as an HDMI output.
There is no certainty about whether the document is legitimate or not. But TmoNews really thinks that it is the real one. But there is no news available on the pricing or the launch.
It is certain that this will not be the last time this phone is going to be seen in all the tech sites. We will let you know as soon as we get new updates.
Tags: Android, Document, HSPA, launches, legitimate, Megapixel, myTouch, SWYPE, T-Mobile, tech, TmoNews, WiFi
Posted September 15th, 2010 in News by Michael