perfectly suited for the first time smartphone user. The LG myTouch offers up a 3.8 inch touchscreen with a virtual QWERTY and Swype, pre-installed. The LG myTouch Q has a smaller 3.5 inch touchscreen and a landscape oriented QWERTY keyboard. Since the pair are being marketed to first time smartphone users, T-Mobile says that both models offer a Set-Up Wizard which gives simple instructions on how to use the email and social network integration. Also available on the pair is a "tips" widget that shows users how to use certain features on their device, and the Genius button which allows you with the press of a button to call or text someone, or search the web.
Both the LG myTouch and LG myTouch Q are powered by a single-core 1GHz Qualcomm processor and each has a 5MP camera on the back capturing video at 720p. The LG myTouch has a front facing camera for use with T-Mobile's Video Chat from Qik. T-Mobile TV in Mobile HD, Netflix and YouTube are all installed right out of the box on both models.. The myTouch is available in black or white and the myTouch Q comes in gray or violet.
While no pricing or launch date has been announced, T-Mobile says that the phones will be ready in time for the holiday season.