A few weeks ago, we reported about T-Mobile’s two MyTouch phones that will be made by Huawei and are expected to come later in the year. The two mid-range devices, one of which features a slide-out keyboard, will supposedly run ICS and come with decent, although unimpressive specs.
We’ve also seen a supposed picture of the slate model (non-QWERTY), which, although as blurry as they get, gave us an idea about how the new MyTouch devices will present themselves (just like the Nexus One, if you ask us).
Now, Engadget finally offered us some quality information on the elusive phones from Huawei. Apparently, the slideout device was spotted at Huawei’s headquarters in Shenzhen under the Ascend G312 QWERTY name, although the device is clearly the future MyTouch.
Here are the specs of the device:
- Qualcomm MSM8255T processor @ 1.4GHz
- 4-inch WVGA screen
- 1GB of RAM
- 4GB storage
- microSD expansion
- DLNA connectivity
- fast boot
- 0.3MP front camera
- 5MP main camera
- 720p recording
And some nice images of the device. If you fancy a quick video review head over to Engadget.