Mytouch 3G Fender Edition Confirmed To Hit January 20th

Posted: Jan 15 2010, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:55pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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We have already heard just about all there is to know about the myTocuh 3G Fender edition. The device first broke cover last year and was then delayed for one reason or another. We reported earlier this week that the handset was tipped to be launching on January 20th according to a leaked screen shot.

T-Mobile has now officially announced that the handset will be coming on January 20th, confirming that leaked launch date, the device will sell for $179.99 with a new two year agreement and data plan. The device is just like the other myTouch 3G handsets already available save some music and the cool looks.

The phone is patterned after a Fender guitar and looks really cool. It comes loaded with Clapton classics like Layla, My Father's Eyes, Wonderful Tonight and more. The handset runs Android and ships with a 16GB microSD card.

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