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.
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