T-Mobile myTouch 4G Review
MyTouch 4G (starting at $20/Letstalk.com and T-Mobile) for the T-Mobile network is a solidly constructed phone with good performance and a screen that pops. That's the consensus opinion of several myTouch 4G reviews. PC Magazine, for example, named the phone an Editor's Choice winner due to its fast performance, ability to initiate phone calls through a Wi-Fi connection, and attractive screen. A myTouch 4G review by Engadget raves about the high-resolution screen, noting the bright colors it displays and its readability even when outdoors. Call quality is another matter, according to the myTouch 4G review: people on the other end can hear you just fine but incoming voices are too soft; the speakerphone, the review continues, sounds tinny and causes distortions at higher volumes. Still, the hardware gets a thumbs-up on AndroidCentral, which concludes that the myTouch4G should last longer than the standard two-year contract.
The myTouch 4G is an Android smartphone that's compatible with T-Mobile's version of a 4G network, which is to say this phone downloads data fast. It supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth b/g/n connections. It features a 3.8-inch screen with resolution of 800x480, and a 5 mp camera with flash and zoom.
This is the 4G phone to get for users who prefer T-Mobile to Sprint. This phone is competitive with the HTC Evo 4G and Samsung Epic 4G, although its camera and screen aren't quite as good. Still, this is a fine multimedia phone with a nice-looking screen and one with a nice, solid build.
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