Remember when we noticed that the T-Mobile myTouch Slide began appearing in RadioShack’s Direct2U system the other day? That’s probably because we’re moving closer and closer to an official reveal of the oft-rumored myTouch 3G successor. Today, even more confirmation comes to us in a candid FCC photo that we always get so giddy about.
Along with the photo, we were thrilled to find some early specs. This phone will run on T-Mobile, obviously, as it’s being certified for their 3G bands. It’ll be equipped with an Arm11 processor but we haven’t seen the specifics of which one it’ll come with. With the 320×480 screen resolution, I doubt we’ll see this equipped with anything more than a 3.5 inch screen and I’m not too enthusiastic on which version of Android it could come coupled with, as well.
It seems T-Mobile will be treating the myTouch brand as the new Sidekick, which isn’t a bad thing considering Android is a very solid platform to stand behind when pushing a flagship phone. Minor improvements – such as LED flash – that we’ve seen so far are enough to set it apart and the addition of the keyboard should prove to make this attractive to anyone looking to upgrade their phone in the very near future. These are all very early details but we’re assuming there’s more to come very soon.
Source: Android Phone Fans