myTouch HD from T-Mobile to be first dual-core to market?
TmoNews have posted a mother-load on the myTouch HD. According to their information, the myTouch HD will offers a 1 GHz dual-core processor, Android 2.2, 3.8″ display, 5.0 MP primary camera with AF and flash, VGA front-facing camera, 4 GB internal storage all wrapped up with the Swype keyboard. A nice little package we’re sure you’ll agree.
T-Mobile have gone so far as to claim that the myTouch HD will operate on “America’s largest 4G network”. I think I just heard Spring having a cow. T-Mobile has been cautious referring to their HSPA+ network as 4G, but instead usually claim that it offers 4G speeds. Handbags at dawn, ladies?
We do not have an official release date for this device yet, but there are a few other goodies to mention before we wrap this one up. It would seem as though there is some form of screen-sharing available on the device, perhaps via DLNA. Also, there is a new and improved Genius Button offering up an in-car mode allowing you to respond to text messages with your voice.
We’re trusting TmoNews that their information is good on this one, so go check out their original post to see what you think.