Chris Hardwick and Kevin Pereira review the MyTouch 3G, the latest Android phone for T-Mobile designed by HTC with a 3.2" touch screen, 3.2 mega pixel camera and smooth, sleek form. Find out if T-Mobile has brought another iPhone competitor to the mobile market.
What You Need To Know
The MyTouch 3G is clearly a huge improvement over the first Android phone.
It weighs less than most cell phones, about as thick as the G1 but less bulky and awkward.
The touch screen is the same size as the G1 at 3.2 inches.
The new virtual keyboard features a landscape mode and the predictive text works well.
You can drag and drop icons just like on a desktop computer, but the scrolling is a little jerky.
There's no multi-touch pinching or zooming.
Overall, the Android interface keeps improving and this is one of the best touch screens we've seen.
The Android Market features over 6,300 apps to choose from.
Browsing is a little slow but better than most phones.
The 3.2 mega pixel camera takes video, too, but it's only okay and doesn't have a flash.
There is added Exchange email support.
The 4 gig micro SD is expandable.
$200.00 with a T-Mobile contract.
The price is pretty reasonable which means this is the best phone you can buy on T-Mobile.