The MyTouch 4G Slide is just about ready to slip out and our friends at PocketNow have gotten their hands on some clear renders of the device. The images are meant to show the cases off, but we’re not here for that. The front closely resembles the original MyTouch 3G Slide and we’re not mad at that at all. There are dual-LED flashes alongside the camera on the back, a genius button, what looks like an optical trackpad, a front-facing camera and a dedicated camera button.
The display is 3.7 inches and will likely be 800×480 in resolution. Inside is 768MB of RAM, HSPA+ and we expect HTC to use Qualcomm’s single-core 1GHz Snapdragon chipset. We know it exists, T-Mobile, so just give it to us already. Let’s hope that’s what they’re doing in Texas tomorrow as they’ll look to unveil three new smartphones. [via PocketNow]
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