Can T-Mobile's myTouch 3G woo the mobile-phone masses? Does it have what it takes to convince T-Mobile G1 owners to upgrade or is it cool enough to convince the iPhone-envious to take the myTouch plunge? I say T-Mobile's myTouch 3G offers too little, too late. Here is why.
The first time we have seen a version of the T-Mobile myTouch 3G was back in February, when Vodafone launched the phone in Europe calling it HTC Magic. Then, a few months later, my colleague Melissa J. Perenson got her hands on the Google Ion, essentially a developer version of the HTC Magic.
With this incarnation T-Mobile added slight customization to the Android mobile operating system -- two more color alternatives (merlot and black), and a $199 price tag to match the other devices it competes with on the market. For Complete Detail