T-Mobile myTouch smartphone made by Huawei poses for the camera
Earlier this month, a rumor got thrown on the table suggesting that the next line of T-Mobile myTouch devices will be manufactured by Huawei. Well, this rumor might be on the right track, as it now becomes evident.
Several photos of a Huawei smartphone carrying a myTouch logo have surfaced on the web, and sure enough, the device in the shots looks pretty similar to the one depicted in images that we have seen before, namely the press images that the aforementioned rumors were accompanied by. Hardware specs are pretty scarce, but we suppose that the handset has a WVGA display. Also, there appears to be a camera on its back, and a dedicated camera button on its side. What runs on the smartphone is Android 2.3.6, which seems to have been tricked out with a custom interface. Last but not least, the 4G icon on the unit's status bar hints at speedy HSPA+ connectivity.
So, there you go, folks. If you are a fan of the T-Mobile myTouch lineup, this is most likely what is coming down the road. Feel free to check out the images below and do not hesitate to let us know what you think about the handset in the comments.