The myTouch 4G is one of many high-end Android smartphones. It is a thin,
slab-style phone with a
gorgeous 3.8-inch display, which nicely showcases the phone's user interface. .
It is made of plastic,
metal and glass, and HTC has done a commendable job at using the right amount of
these materials in
the right places. The sides are rounded, soft-touch plastic, the front is glass,
and the back has a metal
The top has a funky looking headset speaker with the front facing camera to the right of it and myTouch branding below this. The proximity sensor and light sensor are located in this upper area too.
Below the display you will find five physical buttons for Home, Menu, Back, Genius, and an optical trackpad. The only thing on the right side is the physical camera button which is used to launch the camera software and focus/capture photos and video.
Typical to HTC phones, the volume toggle is placed on the left side of the phone. It is a long, thin dash
perhaps an inch and a quarter long. I would prefer it to have bumps, notches or some other physical
indicator that let the user know if their thumb is at the top of the bottom. This key also has minimal
feedback. The microUSB port for charging and data transfer is below the volume toggle.
Running Android 2.2, the myTouch 4G features includes a custom skin which is sort of a hybrid between HTC Sense
and the myTouch skin we saw on the myTouch Slide. Like the Slide, you can customize your phone for
your work life and for your personal life via widgets, home screen apps, and wall papers.
The handset is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 1GHz MSM8255 processor and comes with an
8GB microSD memory card.
Other MyTouch 4G information is the preloaded Google mobile applications and sports a 5-megapixel camera,
HD camcorder and video chat capability.
Overall, the myTouch 4G hits almost every checkbox when it comes to features and functionality.
MyTouch 4G Specs And More...
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