Huawei MyTouch Arrives in FCC
Although Huawei’s devices may not be high at everyone’s want list, the company is currently experiencing moderate success in the market. A new phone called myTouch just passed through the FCC before it hits shelves in T-Mobile’s retailers. The filing revealed some details surrounding the handset specifications, such as 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255T single-core processor, 4” WVGA (480 x 800) display, microSD card slot and 4GB of built-in storage; roughly the same specs with some mid-range Android smartphones.
This smartphone isn’t meant to compete with high-end Android devices, like HTC One X or Samsung Galaxy S3, but it still has all the bells and whistles to fill a sweet spot in the smartphone market, where users can get the biggest bang for the buck. It doesn’t make sense to purchase a quad-core handset if you hardly ever install a resource-intensive app. If T-Mobile will sell it at a very attractive price, you shouldn’t be disappointed with the hardware configuration as it can handle most apps in the Google Play adequately.