Looking to advantage of the growing popularity of Android 2.2-powered mobile devices, T-Mobile this week is rolling out a new myTouch model that includes the white-hot mobile OS and promises even faster performance for HD video and streaming media content.
As Enterprise Mobile Today reports, the new model also features support for T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network and 8GB microSD card.
It will run on the HSPA+ network where available, which the carrier says delivers theoretical peak download speeds in the range of 14.4 to 21Mbps and peak upload speeds of up to 5.7Mbps. Right now, the next-generation network is available in 65 cities, and will be installed in 100 by the end of the year, according to T-Mobile.
T-Mobile today expands its myTouch line with a new Android 2.2 handset from HTC that sports a speedier processor than initial models as well as a front-facing camera for video calls, a larger screen and support for the carrier’s HSPA+ network, which offers 4G-like performance.