And there you have it – a clear shot of the MyTouch 4G Slide. Not much has changed from the blurrycam shots we’ve seen before. In fact, we’ll just call this a MyTouch 4G with a keyboard. That’ all it is, anyway. Trust us, that isn’t anywhere close to being a bad thing. We do have a bit of new information on software, though – it’ll surely be running Android 2.3 with HTC Sense on top. The keyboard on this thing is said to feel solid, but we didn’t expect anything less from HTC’s tried and true design. It’s coming, guys. [TmoNews]
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