T-Mobile myTouch 3G Hits Stores
The myTouch 3G is now available in T-Mobile stores across the US, joining the G1 as the second Android handset for the carrier.Â More importantly, it’s only the second Android phone to be released by a carrier in the country.Â We’re not counting the Google Ion given out at I/O 2009.Â So if you want your phone to be green robot-powerd, you need to get with Mighty Magenta.Â That is at least until October.
You can pick the phone up for $199 on a 2-year contract.Â The phone promises to offer high customization inside and out.Â Not only can you tailor the nearly 7,000 apps around yourself, but you can also get gel skins and cases as well.Â Pick one up in black, white, or crimson.Â Head to a T-Mobile store near you to check one out!
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