Sprint is famous for being a 4G network. In fact, Sprint in partnership with Clearwire has recently lit-up the first 4G network in the Big Apple – New York City. Of course, being a 4G network is useless without 4G capable mobile devices. To make use of it, Sprint launched the HTC Evo 4G and Samsung Epic 4G android phones.
However, Sprint’s fame as a 4G network in the USA is currently being snatched by a rival network. T-Mobile now beats Sprint in providing 4G services. T-Mobile USA official press release on November 2, 2010 in Bellevue, Washington confirms that T-Mobile 4G Service is now available in 75 metropolitan markets in the US and is currently America’s largest 4G network.
In September 2010, T-Mobile released their first 4G smartphone – the T-Mobile G2 with Google. Today, T-Mobile is about to release two more 4G devices, the MyTouch 4G and Dell Inspiron Mini 10 4G (T-Mobile’s first 4G netbook).
T-Mobile MyTouch 4G release date is today – November 3, 2010. To those who are interested of the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G android phone, watch out for it at T-Mobile official online store. T-Mobile MyTouch 4G will be released at a price of $200 with a data or messaging add-on of $14.98 or higher. It will be available in black or white models.
T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Android Phone features an HD Camcorder, Genius Button, Mobile Video Chat and Apps from the Android Market. It is far better than MyTouch 3G Phone. To enjoy web functionality, a data service plan is required.