T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide 2
It’s easy on myTouch 4G. 4G myTouch confusing picture when they see the first time. Both phones look almost identical to the front – to 3.7-inch WVGA image is a glass capacitive touch screen is only 0.1 inches smaller than its cousin slate. It has the same baroque and Chrome RIM handset screen. Like other myTouch device comes with a series of four bona fide physical buttons (home, menu, back, and “Genius”) plus the oh-so-retro optical track pad chin, above the signature. Silver ring around the front-facing camera with life myTouch logo and LED notification. Flip the image again and it’s much more cohesive design. The words “8.0 mega pixel camera is” far below printed on, which is lined with dual LED flash and a second microphone. HTC logo molded speaker grille and the other half. After closing the sides will find a standard 3.5mm headphone jack and power / LOCK on the top, the volume rocker and the micro-USB connector on the left, the main microphone, lock the lid to dislodge and Attaching the neck to the bottom, and finally a special two-step camera key on the right.

We were pleasantly surprised that 4G myTouch presentation not only ships with gingerbread from the gate to find, but comes with one of the newest versions (Android 2.3.4). Like many current HTC Android 3.0 will start usually means something that moans and groans about, but somehow really fits here. Slide in the footsteps of another myTouch headphones with a modified version of the HTC user interface, which is perfect – especially if you target the T-Mobile (the first-timeĀ  smartphone buyers) to consider. Some things are missing comparing to the “stock” Sense 3.0, including the ability to four representatives on the lock screen, but T-Mobile has decided to make some potentially useful features like SMS group sending (Powered by Bob) and the button above to add Genius (thanks to Nuance), which are full voting control of the phone ads. Unfortunately, there is nothing intelligent about the Genius button – looks impressive on paper, but it does not work well in practice.

T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide 1
Under the hood, 4G myTouch film is almost a death bell for Sensation. You will find that Qualcomm MSM8260 Snapdragon same SoC with 1.2 GHz dual-core CPU and GPU Adreno 220, 768 MB RAM, and a combination of the quad- band GSM / EDGE and triband UMTS / HSPA + “4G” radio – support band IV (AWS) and Group, I / VII (world). Other specifications are the usual suspects: at least, the half of known human type sensors (compass, gyroscope, accelerometer, proximity and ambient light), with full radio (WiFi b / g / n, Bluetooth 3.0 + EDR, GPS / AGPS and FM ). Slide has QHD display, so instead due to the more pedestrian 3.7-inch WVGA (800×480 pixels) LCD panel Super. We would cover the screen as it was the same caliber as incredible 2 HTC, but the video quality is the only average picture best. The screen looks good in the interior, but falls apart in direct sunlight, and generally shows the average contrast and viewing angles.

Conversations sounded reasonable, and we had no reception problems, but our tests have shown greater variability than other performances HSPA + devices in the T-Mobile. It’s no problem, but it is worth. As for battery life, we have a very miserable four hours and 43 minutes to the new battery beaten subjects (which basically means starting with a full load, and the same video until the phone is off again). Our use of the battery test – which tries to imitate a light everyday use (which is worth a few minutes of conversation, reading email, checking social networking, and occasionally respond to SMS ‘ and surfing the Internet or upload some pictures), with a large amount of idle time – scored 15 hours and 35 minutes, keeping the image myTouch 4G somewhere in the middle of the pack Android. Once we even managed to squeeze 24-hourĀ  batteries, but that included six hours sleep.