The new myTouch 4G is around the corner, and today Wirefly was the first retailer on the web, from what I could tell, to launch preorders on 3 of the 4 color variants: black, white, and red.
The phone is available for $149.99 for new accounts and upgrades and $199.99 for family plans adding a new line.
As usual, Wirefly ships free (November 3rd) and doesn't charge tax in most states.
Here are all 3 phones, linked for your convenience:
Spec recap follows:
- 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 "Snapdragon" CPU
- 3.8" WVGA display
- optical joystick
- four color options: white, black, plum, red
- Genius button
- 8GB preinstalled microSD, expandable to 32GB
- 5MP camera with 720P recording
- front-facing camera
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- Android 2.2 with T-Mobile's video chat app that works on both T-Mobile's network and WiFi
So, who is picking one up? Read More
It's August 31st and like clockwork, the first CDMA Galaxy S counterpart of the T-Mobile Vibrant and AT&T Captivate, the Epic 4G is finally available both online and in stores.
If you've been following our Epic 4G coverage, you would know that:
As the dust settles on the demise of the original DROID, a phoenix arises from the ashes in a downpour of leaks from the Motorola colander. I’m loath to mix metaphors, but the farcical nature of the DROID 2 pre-release circus can only be described in such epic terms. What do we know about the DROID 2?
And finally, now, its price. Sent in by a reader to Engadget, Best Buy has dummy units and prices out on display.
Right in there with the DROID X and iPhone 4, the DROID 2 will be $199.99 on a two year Verizon contract. Read More