T-Mobile to launch HTC Espresso aka myTouch Slide or myTouch 2 for U.S. in May?

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T-Mobile to launch HTC Espresso aka myTouch Slide or myTouch 2 for U.S. in May?
T-Mobile customers are getting excited about some of the superstar smartphones that are about to crack the line-up. TmoNews is reporting on a few of them. While almost everyone knows that the HTC HD2 with it's massive 4.3 inch capacitive screen (yes, we said capacitive) is coming to the U.S. and T-Mobile in Q1, a tipster told the site that a Motorola Android device would be launched by the carrier on March 10th and TmoNews wonders if it could be the Sholes Tablet. A week later, a Nokia smartphone will join the T-Mobile gang and once again, throwing its 2 cents into the ring, TmoNews suggests that it could be the Maemo powered N900. The tipster also passed along word that the HTC Espresso, an Android model we have seen dressed in Sense UI, and aka the myTouch Slide or myTouch2, will be launched May 17th with the latest Sense UI, a landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard, a display with a  resolution of  320 X 480 pixels and it will feature the same 528MHz processor as seen on the Hero/Magic .If this pans out, it would be an amazing selection of some of the hottest devices to choose from as the Nation's fourth largest carrier seeks to move up in the standings. With a group of devices like these, the cellphone fanatics that seek out the hottest phones of the moment will be opening T-Mobile accounts.

HTC HD2 US Specifications | Review (European model)
Motorola Sholes Tablet Specifications
Nokia N900 Specifications | Review

source: TmoNews via BGR


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