T-Mobile myTouch Review
0. phoneArena 29 Nov 2011, 03:08 posted on
Over the past two years, T-Mobile has introduced a variety of Android based smartphones under their “myTouch” label. Now it’s LG’s turn with the newest version simply being called the T-Mobile myTouch, which is basically a US variant of the LG Optimus Sol. This new myTouch smartphone has a contract price of $80...
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2. mschmal (Posts: 18; Member since: 01 Sep 2011)
Wouldn't it make more sense to get a Sensation or a My Touch Slide?
3. Joshing4fun (Posts: 1236; Member since: 13 Aug 2010)
An entry-level device with an amoled screen, good build quality, a front facing camera, and 4G...
Why the heck did it get only a 6.5?
This is an awesome phone that you can get for free (at least online).
While the camera may not look great to you, it'll probably look just fine to any normal user who this phone is for. Did ya'll forget that this is an entry-level device? Or at least priced as such?
4. asder24 (Posts: 2; Member since: 29 Nov 2011)
I don't recall the last time Phonearena gave a low to mid range phone anything over a 7.5 (Exhibit 4G II I think). If this came out last year it'd be considered high end. AMOLED display, 4G, good call quality, good sized screen at 3.8", and at $279 off contract it'd be a great replacement phone or something to tide you over until your next upgrade.
8. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 3108; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)
Agreed, considering the fact the phone is free on contract and only 279 off contract. You can easily buy a brand new one off contract without any worries. When was the last time you saw any smartphone in general at 279 off contract? Most of the even low end cheap ones are about 400 dollars off contract. So this should be rated by the price tag, not compared to the 300 dollar ON contract phones.
9. Doakie (Posts: 2003; Member since: 06 May 2009)
Dude... So many reviews I've seen or read on this phone has said, “3.8" screen? Meh...” But most of those same sites have gone giddy over the iPhones 3.5" screen. Hypocrites. This myTouch is a prime competitor to the $99 iPhone 4. Slightly larger AMOLED screen, faster 42Mbps HSPA+ radio than the 14.4Mbps AT&T radio, insane amounts faster than the Verizon or Sprint EVDO 700Kbps radio. Honestly I'm thinking if getting one to replace my HD7 because they're freakin cheap and I'd like a hotspot that has a 42Mbps radio instead of my 7.2Mbps radio...
6. joseg81 (Posts: 194; Member since: 15 Jul 2011)
the myTouch line has seen it's ups and downs. this one is definitely a low...the biggest thing i see wrong is all the dead space around the screen. also what's the deal with a smartphone without a flash? really??
7. asder24 (Posts: 2; Member since: 29 Nov 2011)
I don't think this or the Q is equivalent to the MT4G or MTS4G, but rather an extension to the MT line to include midrange options. I see it as more of a successor the Optimus T to be honest. The space at the bottom of the screen I think is an LG thing to prevent accidentally hitting the capacitive buttons. IMO it seems like wasted space and makes the screen seem smaller than it is.