T-Mobile is launching a new Android powered handset. The new handset is set to arrive on 8th July 2009. The myTouch 3G is the second Android Powered handset to be introduced by T-Mobile. The new mobile phone will have 3.2-inch touchscreen running at a resolution of 480 x 320. The new mobile phone runs Google Android 1.5 Operating system and comes with 3.2 megapixel camera and Exchange support. It will have Wi-Fi, quadband EDGE for global roaming and AWS 3G for high speed internet surfing.
T-Mobile myTouch seems to be a good successor to the G1 handset and will hopefully come packed with better features. The carrier-customized version of the HTC Magic that has already shipped in parts of Europe, Asia, and Canada. The T-Mobile myTouch will have the regular virtual keyboard and a larger internal memory. The Google Android Powered T-Mobile myTouch 3G is set to be available for pre-order on 8th July and will start shipping starting August this year. You will have to shell out $199 for this handset and get a minimum 2 year contract with T-Mobile.