T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide Available Today – Grab Yours for $179.99

T-Mobile’s first Android 2.1 device, the myTouch 3G Slide, is now available for any and all interested parties!  With its 3.4-inch screen, sliding QWERTY keyboard and 5 megapixel camera, the phone is a fairly good bargain at $179.99 (2-year service agreement, mail-in rebate).  The highly customizable phone comes with a tailored version of HTC Sense and features new innovations such as the Genius Button and Faves Gallery.  If you’d like to reach more about the phone, head to T-Mobile’s mini-site dedicated to the myTouch 3G Slide.  For those of you ready to order one for yourself, head here and add one to your cart!

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4 Comments

  1. @Neverlasting
    June 02, 14:34 Reply

    Wow, great advertisement. And first 2.1 device on T-mobile?

    Are we forgetting a little something called the NEXUS ONE?

    • Alex
      June 02, 23:18 Reply

      This technically is T-Mobile's first 2.1 device, as they are directly selling it, unlike the Nexus One, which for the moment, is only available at http://www.google.com/phone.

  2. theillustratedlife
    June 02, 23:21 Reply

    Doesn't it still have an ARMv6 processor in it? If so, it will never be able to run Flash. =/

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