New MyTouch Slider On Display

New MyTouch Slider On Display

People for long had been eagerly waiting for the T-Mobile MyTouch slider which was recently put on display in Huawei's headquarters located in Shenzhen. The phone was displayed under the tag name of G312 QWERTY, or Buddy.

The device has it all that takes to sway the heart of the customers. The new My Touch has .4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255T chip, a 4-inch WVGA screen, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of storage and microSD expansion.

Besides, DLNA connectivity and five-second fast boot is yet another feature of the gadget. The device has two cameras one placed on front and the other is placed at the back of the device. The front camera is 0.3-megapixel and the back camera is five-megapixel camera.

So, those who like to click images and wishes to have fun with the cameras should buy the new My Touch. The phone’s overall build is attractive and satisfying. Those who would buy the phone would be satisfied as the phone has Snapdragon S2 processor. Although the device has been put on display, a formal announcement by the company is yet to be heard. T-Mobile customers are enthusiastically waiting for the announcement of the new My Touch mobile and its expected price range.


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