|NEW HTC MYTOUCH 3G WHITE ANDROID T-MOBILE OS MAGIC WIFI SMARTPHONE SB|
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|HTC myTouch 3g T-Mobile Android Cell Phone Touch FAIR Cond - 475987|
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|Compact and elegant, the HTC myTouch 3G is an entry-level smartphone suitable for business people. The smartphone runs on Android Cupcake OS that provides direct access to Google mobile services such as Gmail, Gtalk, and supports installation of preferred applications. As the Android mobile comes with 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity options, you can surf the web, check mails, and access social network sites on the move. The 3 MP rear camera of the Android mobile lets you capture memorable events of your life. The HTC myTouch 3G is packed with multiple messaging options such as text, MMS, email and instant messaging, letting you be in touch with your contacts.|
|Storage Capacity||512 MB|
|Network Technology||GSM, UMTS|
|Band||GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) UMTS 1700/2100|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSD|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1340 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 450 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 660 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Diagonal Screen Size||3.2 in.|
|Display Resolution||320 x 480 pixels|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
The T-Mobile MyTouch 3G has a sleek, attractive design with a gorgeous display, tactile controls, and an easy-to-use, customizable interface. Stereo Bluetooth and Outlook e-mail syncing are standard features, and call and data performance are excellent.
The T-Mobile MyTouch 3G lacks important features like a standard 3.5-millimeter headset jack, a file manager, and camera-editing options. Video quality is uneven, and the HTML browser interface and virtual keyboard have their flaws. Also, it doesn't support Outlook calendar and contacts syncing.
With the T-Mobile MyTouch 3G, the Google Android OS gets a much-needed boost. A few complaints remain, and some users may bemoan the lack of a physical keyboard, but we approve of its eye-catching design and interface, improved features, and satisfying performance.
Average review score based on 641 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Fender Limited Edition
A music lover's phone. Created with a classic Fender sunburst-inspired design, a 16GB media card to hold thousands of songs, a 3.5mm audio jack, and preloaded with music from Eric Clapton and more.
Features 16GB Memory Card Included
Take advantage of an included memory card and fill it up with fun photos, videos, music, and more. Touch Screen with On-Screen Keyboard
Everything your phone can do is now literally at your fingertips. A high resolution touch screen gives you fast and fun access to your phone's display. Real Web Browsing with Wi-Fi.
Surf the internet quickly and conveniently and check out real web pages and access the information you need now. 3.2 Megapixel camera with Video Capture.
Capture special moments as photos or video clips. View them later on your phone, print them out or share them with family and friends by sending them to any e-mail address, camera phone. 3G Capable
Quickly connect to the Internet via 3G anywhere within the USA 3G network. Apps -Android Market-
With direct access to the Android Market you have access to all kinds of fun and useful apps to turn your phone into the ultimate mobile device.Stereo Bluetooth Connectivity
Make hands-free wireless calls and listen to your music in style, and in stereo. With Bluetooth stereo headphones, you can hear all your favorite music the way it was meant to be heard. Personal and Work E-mail.
Send and receive messages from personal and work e-mail. Music player
Play your favorite music wherever you are. Video capture/playback
Capture and play back short video clips. GPS built-in
Get your real-time location on maps, driving directions, and more. Fully Customizable.
Now you can make your phone 100% you with the ability to personalize your device from the inside out with wallpapers, icons, widgets, apps, ringtones and full suite of accessories. Limited Edition Design allowes you to set yourself apart with this latest limited edition 3g Fender. Photo caller ID.
See a photo of your caller to quickly decide whether to answer. Touchscreen keyboard.
The built-in familiar layout lets you type messages easily without searching for the letter you want. Voice-activated dialing
Call someone with simple voice commands when your hands are busy.Voice-activated functions
Control your phone with your voice.Text messaging
The quick, quiet way to stay connected. Picture messaging
Send pictures from your phone to others. Video Messaging
Use your phone to capture your favorite moments on video, then share them instantly with your friends and family.
Just because I gave this only 3 stars out of 5 does not mean it is not a great phone -- just not great for me. My grandkids would love to have this phone. My main issue with this phone is because of my fat fingers, and Arthritis. When I touch the screen I always seem to hit too many keys. Using the Swype keyboard is impossible, thank goodness there is the slide out keyboard. the phone would be much better (for me) if I could use a stylus on the screen.
Incorporated with the Android Market, this HTC smartphone provides easy access to thousands of popular applications and games, which is real nice! I have found that there are many free applications which enhance the usefulness of any smartphone. I love that part of having a smartphone.
It seems like I always have to charge my phone. Using my Bluetooth earpiece I only get about 2 hours (120 minutes) of talk time, NOT the 540 minutes as advertised! Just playing around on the phone, trying to familiarize myself with the phone, seemed to drain the power considerably. This may be a characteristic of all smartphones, but since this is my first smartphone, I am not sure. My old Nokia 5610 I only had to charge every 2 or 3 days!
I would only recommend this phone to younger people that that have unlimited plans. Trying to stay within a lower min/Meg play is extremely difficult (there are so many things to see and do). Anyone that has Arthritis in the hands may have difficulty using it to the phones fullest capabilities.
I love my Wing, the design, the size, the color and the applications. However, I hate the fact that in 3 years time I have probably gone through 4 or 5 of them usually because some aspect of it fails, the touch screen, the menu buttons, the back door doesn't stay on, the phone freezes, on and on. Additionally one of the main reasons that I bought it for (using the programs like Outlook, mobile word and adding applications) is not really possible because the memory is just not sufficient enough to do it. There are some solutions out there like purchasing a microSD card with high storage capacity and install your applications on there, but if your not that computer savvy this can seem daunting in an of itself. The camera I've never been able to get a really good picture with but I don't really use it that often.
Anyway for whatever reason I still love my Wing; maybe it's the Qwerty keyboard, the excellent t-mobile service, the slide-out keyboard, the great organization that comes with the tasks feature and the calendar with its reminder function, the internet access, the video playback ability or the MP-3 player. Additionally it's really easy to sync it with your computer using ActiveSync, a major plus for me because as I said I'm not that computer savvy at all.
I don't know something keeps me buying one (potentially gonna fail) Wing after another. Maybe it's just that I haven't found another phone that links all of the features I love so much together as well as the Wing has done.
It's my Love/Hate relationship with the Wing!!
This a review for T-Mobile's myTouch 3G Slide by HTC.
It is a nice middle of the line Android phone. You cannot compare the screen estate or raw crunching power to the top of the line Androids, but neither are you paying the premium price with this.
Nice things about it are that T-Mobile has promised to update it to the latest 2.2 version this year, although the 2.1 isn't bad either. And the HTC's Sense UI is actually very responsive. The keyboard is very nice keyboard too, a great improvement from the old G1's keyboard, but not quite at G2's level. The screen is bright and easy to read in the sunlight too. Although it does get greasy quite easily. I don't know how they manage to resist that in the iPhones, but they do it better. Albeit being a capasitive touch screen, its still not in par with the iPhone's, but well above any resistive screens I've tried. The camera is 5 Mpix autofocus with LED-light. It tends to overexpose a bit, which can be compensated manually though. The camera also shoots video at VGA resolution, 30 fps. It has the mandatory three buttons and a genius-button at the front, as well as a touch sensitive navigation butoon also, which I find mostly annoying. Naturally it has the volume-rocker and a dedicated camera button. Latter of which the iPhone is still missing. Unlike early myTouch's this does have a regular 3.5 mm audio jack again, and you charge/connect to computer it through a microUSB.
Like all Androids you have to be carefull what apps you install, as most of them seem to be done by pimple-faced teens who have no knowledge in proper program design. And as such these apps will hung your Android phone usually sooner than later, or simply just make it act funny. But with good quality apps designed and produced by professional crew, the phone is solid and responsive with the Android 2.1.
One gripe I do have about it though is the poor battery management. You have to keep on switching the Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G and syncing on and off manually to make it through a busy work day. This is something the iPhone has done so much better for years! I do hope that 2.2 will bring some sense into this too.
All in all I can recommend this phone as a reasonably priced Android phone. It does everything a high-end phone does at fraction of the cost. And best of all being a late model, it's supported by T-Mobile.
Probably the best phone I've ever had. I've used other smart phones based upon Windows Mobile as well as the Iphone.
The Android OS is extremely customizable and responsive. I don't have to wait for apps to load. An additional benefit for me as a programmer is that I can easily write my own app and integrate it into the system. (try that on an iphone)
I love the ability to hit the speak now on the search button and instantly speak what I'm looking for (eg. "Directions to Applebees") and it turns my words into text (Speech to text technology) and there is my search.
For use as a GPS device, you can't beat GPS + Google Maps. Add in Street View, Satellite view and you have one powerful GPS device.
App Store: Not only is the apps I want there, but there are multiple versions giving you the ability to pick and choose. You can easily find reviews on applications as well as the star rating to help you determine which app is right for you.
Camera: Strong camera, but I still prefer using a regular digital camera. I have a 12MP camera, why would I use one on my phone? However, I did take a few pictures on the phone to see how good the camera is and to be honest, it's best I've seen for a phone.
Video Viewing: No stutter at all on both videos stored on the device or from youtube.
On Screen Keyboard: I've typically stuck with phones with a built in full querty keyboard. This is the first time I choose a on screen keyboard. Took me a day or two to get used to and I like it.
Bottom Line: If you like Smart Phones, this is a good phone for you. If you're a programmer, I'd suggest this phone as well. If you are tired of being "punished" on the AT&T network by paying more just for using an IPhone.. this is a great phone. Also over the IPhone, Android supports multiple running programs at the same time.
CONs: Buy the black model. I'm not too keen on this white one