T-Mobile myTouch 3G
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The T-Mobile myTouch 3G and its successor, the myTouch 3G, is the same form factor. Thanks to the Android 1.5 update (also known as Cupcake) a virtual keyboard is present, which helps the myTouch 3G to get rid of the physical keyboard of the G1. Removing the keyboard also resulted in a thinner and more pocketable device (the G1 chin is gone as well).
But besides the different form factor, there is not much else to differentiate the two devices. Both the G1 and the myTouch 3G feature the same display (3.2 inches, 320 by 480 pixels), 3G radio (HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA 2 Mbps), Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (with A2DP) and 192MB RAM / 256MB ROM.
The camera has not changed on the myTouch 3G either, with the same 3.15 MP and autofocus features. Video recording and YouTube is included in the pack for both G1 and myTouch 3G, courtesy of the Android 1.5 software update. The myTouch 3G also inherits some of the dreaded features (or lack of) from the G1, such as the lack of a camera flash or a standard 3.5 mm audio jack (a must in all decent smartphones nowadays).
RerQyhAqPosted On : May 5, 2011
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abcPosted On : July 9, 2009
|I got a T-Mobile Wing (HTC) from a guy off of Craigslist who upgraded to the G1. (I'm a Mac, my phone is a PS) My Wing recently started freezing up on me every time I use it and I don't want to change phone carriers. A friend of mine owns a Samsung HTC phone from another carrier and likes the customizable features on it which are similar to Android. I just pre-ordered the myTouch 3G today. Looking for more myTouch 3G owners to join myTouch3GForum.com|