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The myTouch 3G will have a glossy look with a rounded back that is smaller than the iPhone but thinner than T-Mobile's original Android phone - reports InfoWorld.
T-Mobile's second Android-powered phone: myTouch 3G is slated to be smaller than the iPhone and thinner than the G1. T-Mobile is expected to announce a summer launch date for another Android-powered phone from HTC called the myTouch 3G. The myTouch 3G will have a touchscreen but no physical keyboard, as well as a G1-styled trackball and navigation buttons. But that's where the similarities end. The new Android phone may resemble the HTC Magic; in fact, the myTouch 3G could simply be a renamed version of the Magic.
The myTouch will have a glossy look with a rounded back that is smaller than the iPhone but thinner than the original Android phone to hit the United States -- the G1. As for new features, the myTouch 3G could come with voice-activated search and video capability.
Based on the rumors, however, the Hero and the myTouch don't sound like the same phone. The Hero is rumored to be coming to AT&T and would also be a touchscreen-only device. A second Hero model may also be in the works, possibly renamed the Lancaster or Memphis, that would come with a keyboard. The Hero is supposed to use HTC's TouchFlo 3D user interface, but there's no word on whether the myTouch would use TouchFlo as well.
The new Android model could be hitting stores soon. The myTouch 3G is rumored to have a $179.99 price tag with a two-year contract. T-Mobile recently slashed the price of the G1 by $30 to $149.99. Is this a sign that a new Google phone is about to hit the market? I guess we'll have to wait until next week to find out.