T-Mobile USA plans to launch in early August the myTouch 3G, the follow-up to the T-Mobile G1, the first phone powered by Google's (GOOG) Android software.
T-Mobile, which is owned by Deutsche Telekom (DT), said the myTouch 3G adds new features that build on its predecessor. The phone offers a touch-screen display with virtual keyboard, as opposed to the physical keyboard of the T-Mobile G1.
"T-Mobile myTouch 3G puts you first, so you can create a mobile experience that is truly your own," said Denny Marie Post, chief marketing officer, T-Mobile USA, in a statement. "There's no cookie-cutter approach to myTouch. Inside and out, there are boundless possibilities for personalization so you can put your personal touch on the phone and make it uniquely yours."