T-Mobile to upgrade myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and myTouch Fender LE to Froyo by 2/1/11

T-Mobile to upgrade myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and myTouch Fender LE to Froyo by 2/1/11
As we reported, starting last October 13th, owners of the original T-Mobile myTouch 3G received their Android 2.2 upgrade. Sent out on a staggered basis, the upgrade was completed on December 15th. According to the T-Mobile Forum, two more myTouch handsets are about to be served Froyo.

Starting on January 13th, owners of both the T-Mobile myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and the T-Mobile myTouch Fender LE should start to receive Android 2.2. Google will be managing the staggered release of the OTA upgrade, which should be completed by February 1st 2011. A list of improvements can be found at the source link.

source: T-Mobile


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myTouch 3G Fender
  • Display 3.2" 320 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 3.2 MP
  • Processor Qualcomm MSM7201A, Single core, 528 MHz
  • Battery 1340 mAh(7.00h talk time)

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4 Comments

1. BobbyTaba

Posts: 316; Member since: Aug 11, 2010

All those phones look the same

2. Vick unregistered

I love HTC and everything but they are really slipping with the upgrade stuff. For example the Mytouch Slide came out in June and it's still on 2.1. Not just that but the Mytouch 3g and the Mytouch 3g 3.5mm and Fender LE are THE SAME PHONES. The only difference between the original Mytouch and the 3.5 and Fender LE is the 3.5mm and FE have more ram and the 3.5headphone jack. Yet the 2.2 update came out for the original Mytouch in October or 2010 and finally the 3.5 and Fender LE are getting it? Wtf HTC. You guys really need to step it up.

3. Your Phone Sucks unregistered

Get an Evo

4. TracyFitz unregistered

That's just Great! But I still wonder when the Froyo goodness is coming to myVibrant.3G

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