FCC docs out Huawei T-Mobile myTouch Q
Documents found on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) web site indicate that Huawei will soon have a second MyTouch Android handset soon for T-Mobile. The FCC docs refer to a Huawei U8730 model known as the Ascend G 312 Qwerty which has, naturally, a QWERTY keyboard. The device label suggests the name of T-Mobile myTouch Q, which sounds like a final product name that the carrier would come up. We’ll share more details with this handset as we gather them.
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