At first glance, the T-Mobile myTouch Q
might not necessarily turn heads nowadays, but surely enough, it got us think why it’s spotted yet again over at the great halls of the FCC
. Interestingly, it’s not the same handset from last year, which was made by LG, but rather, it’s coming to us from Chinese manufacturer Huawei
In the FCC filing, it dishes up the details surrounding the T-Mobile bound myTouch Q
, but this Huawei-made model will be sporting a physical keyboard
– as opposed to the all-touch version from before. Furthermore, we find that it’ll be featuring quad-band GSM / EDGE 850 / AWS 1700 / 1900 / 2100 HSPA+ support, 4” WVGA display, 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255T processor, 1GB RAM, 4GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot.
Now that it’s making an appearance over at the FCC, it’s normally only a matter of time before we hear about some sort of announcement. Still, it makes you wonder if we’ll ever see a high-spec’d Android powered smartphone with a physical keyboard. Based on the trends, it’s being reserved for all-touch devices, seeing that this myTouch Q model seemingly reaffirms that thought yet again.