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If you can live with its dated software and heft, the T-Mobile MyTouch Q is an alluring keyboard slider deal.
Just to confuse things, the two Android 2.3 Gingerbread handsets will follow identically-named devices made by LG.
If you absolutely crave a physical keyboard and swift 4G data for less, you'll find plenty to like about T-Mobile's MyTouch Q. More selective smartphone shoppers, however, will want to look elsewhere.
T-Mobile's customer base surpassed the 50 million mark as aggressive promotions once again stoked growth. Its profit was helped by a gain from a spectrum licensing deal.
The $49.99 T-Mobile myTouch Q by Huawei offers the power of Android, a physical keyboard, and 4G data for a low entry price.
Fans of messaging phones will appreciate that the reasonably-priced Optimus F3Q carries out the basics without breaking a sweat. Its unfortunately scant on-board storage is not a deal-breaker.
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T-Mobile has announced the availability and pricing of the MyTouch and the MyTouch Q. The smartphones will be available online starting November 2 and in stores on November 9. They will cost $79.99 each.