First Look: T-Mobile myTouch Q (Huawei) hands-on
About Video Comments (0 ) Transcript

First Look: T-Mobile myTouch Q (Huawei) hands-on

1:58 /

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.

Hi this is Brian -- for cnet.com and today we're taking a first look at the T-Mobile myTouch Q by -- way. This is very affordable Android Smartphone cost 4999. And will arrive on T-Mobile August 8. So what do you get for the low price actually quite a bit. The myTouch Q runs Android two got three gingerbread sorry no cutting edge for about one -- -- nor Ford auto Ice Cream Sandwich here. Powered by -- one point four gigahertz single core CPU. Other features include a four inch LCD screen five megapixel camera. Connection to T-Mobile sports GH SPA plus data network. A long time myTouch -- -- staple is the genius voice command feature that uses -- wants software to accomplish Siri style searches and phone functions. Above the screen is a zero point three megapixel front facing camera. Below the display are four -- buttons three for standard Android functions menu home and back. The fourth launches T mobile's genius voice command feature. The site holds a micro USB port and tiny volume buttons on top of the phone -- -- power key and 3.5 millimeter headphone Jack. On the right edge is a dedicated camera button. Sliding open the myTouch Q reveals its four row QWERTY keyboard. Now right off the bat there are some things I don't like about BT mobile myTouch Q. -- six point five ounces and over half an inch thick it's big and heavy. -- dedicated camera button launches the camera app but doesn't wake the phone if it's in sleep mode. I'm not a fan of the keyboard either but I suppose -- -- by the current king of Android cores the Motorola Droid four. Performance also feels a bit sluggish. I'm Brian Bennett and this has been a first look at the T-Mobile myTouch Q but while waiting to be sure to check out our full review at cnet.com.

New releases

Exploring with tech outdoors
12:21 July 28, 2014
This week The Fix takes fitness to a whole new level with the help of our smartphones. Try golfing, biking,...
Play video
PS2: Gaming's greatest sequel
3:46 July 28, 2014
How do you build the most popular games console ever? CNET explains the magic behind Sony's PlayStation 2...
Play video
Give yourself a helping hand with...
6:28 July 25, 2014
When you wish you had an extra pair of hands, two extra robot fingers could be enough. Also, the "holy grail...
Play video
Nokia Treasure Tag tracks your...
1:30 July 25, 2014
If you're constantly misplacing your things -- or are worried you might -- this Bluetooth tracker for iOS,...
Play video
GE's Advantium wall oven combo...
1:34 July 25, 2014
Equipped with a super-charged microwave that browns as well as bakes, the two-drawer Advantium wall oven combo...
Play video
Disable the Fire Phone's 3D fe...
0:55 July 25, 2014
Dynamic Perspective can quickly become more annoying than useful. Here's how to disable it.
Play video
A mini mighty ninja that can't...
2:06 July 25, 2014
The NutriNinja packs plenty of power but falls short of being an all purpose blender.
Play video
Convenience, price, not power is...
2:21 July 25, 2014
For $40 the Hamilton Beach Stay or Go blender offers commuting smoothie drinkers an affordable way to sip...
Play video
 

Video discussion

Conversation powered by Livefyre