Leaked Pic Shows myTouch Slide Headed for “The Shack”

Looks like we might be ready to start talking about the myTouch Slide again.  A newly leaked image from Radio Shack (The Shack) shows a T-Mobile MyTouch Slide with ‘Image Coming Soon.”  We’re pretty sure we already know what the phone looks like and what some of the details are.  At this point, we’re most interested in learning of launch dates and pricing.  Be sure to check back for more on those as we can get our hands on them!

As a refresher, the rumored specs include a 320×480 resolution touch screen, ARM11 chip, camera with LED flash, 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD memory card slot and a 1300mAh battery.  Hopefully the device has picked up a  touch more polish and sexiness since we last checked in.

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. mahogany1
    April 08, 02:14 Reply

    Once again TMobile has added another ugly phone to their assortment. They were the first to start Android and have allowed EVERY carrier to have sexier and more exciting android devices.

  2. Terran
    April 08, 04:10 Reply

    T-Mobile never fails to disappoint.

  3. @burnayev
    April 08, 11:47 Reply

    The phone does look plasticky and the abundance of gray doesn't help either. Despite that it can make a nice business phone.

    The keyboard seems to be spacious. Even the upper row should be comfortable to work with.

    Hopefully it'll run a more or less recent version of Android as the onslaught of 1.5-based devices is becoming worrisome.

    If priced right, and that might mean $0 with a new contract, the phone can successfully compete with the likes of Cliq and other MOTOBLUR-ful devices.

    Kind regards,
    Borys Burnayev
    GTD for Android and Web

  4. Matt
    April 08, 13:00 Reply

    There's just no way that is an HTC phone…

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