The People Have Spoken – Sapphire to be Called MyTouch
After about one month of polling T-Mobile customers, it looks like the HTC Sapphire will be known here in the US as the MyTouch.Â I don’t know about you, but that was just about the last name I thought people would have picked.Â Other names included G3, Genius 3G with Google, and Prism 3G with Google.Â As long as it’s the second phone to have Android, people are likely going to keep calling it the G2.
TmoNews was able to get their hands on an internal T-Mobile screenshot which details upcoming the MyTouch 3G in white, black, and merlot.Â Adding this information with the other leaked image from today, we can expect to see this handset drop sometime within the next 60 days.
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