On August 8, T-Mobile will begin selling the new MyTouch and MyTouch Q handsets built by Huawei, a still little-known Chinese gadget maker looking to capture a chunk of the U.S. phone and tablet market. MyTouch and MyTouch Q feature an all-new version of the Genius Button™, an easy to use Setup Wizard, and how-to tutorials, the myTouch and myTouch Q are designed for easy out-of the-box use, making both devices ideal for customers who are looking for a straightforward, seamless smartphone experience.
The new T-Mobile myTouch devices offer hardware options that fit consumers’ individual preferences. The T-Mobile myTouch offers a 4.0” WVGA touch display and virtual keyboard with Swype, while the T-Mobile myTouch Q features the same great touch display with an accompanying full slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
These myTouch series also feature a speedy 1.4 GHz processor for fast performance. The devices are equipped with a dedicated camera button for easy access to the 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus and LED flash for quality photo capture and sharing. Both devices also sport a front facing camera for video chat over T-Mobile’s 4G network. A redesigned camera user interface allows for quick access to key features such as the flash, switching cameras and choosing the camcorder option.
- Voice Control Made Better: To make the process of learning and using a smartphone’s best features quicker and easier, both devices are equipped with the next-generation Genius Button 4.0™, powered by Dragon from Nuance, providing customers with a powerful voice controlled service. With Genius Button 4.0 customers have access to the new Genius Web Search, featuring new voice command capabilities such as direct search among multiple sources, direct app launch, and even the ability to make dinner reservations.
- Simple Setup: The new myTouch devices feature an onboarding experience that allows users to set up what’s important without having to deal with extra steps, including a simple login process, a tips widget and tutorials for the most-used features of Android.
- Enhanced App Drawer: A redesigned app drawer gives customers quick access to recently used apps, a separate tab for all downloaded apps, and an easy way to search their app collections by text or even by voice.