Many of you have probably been waiting to get your hands on the device before you make a decision to purchase it. Well, now’s your chance as the MyTouch 4G Slide has hit T-Mobile stores today. We’re sure they’ll have displays and reps to demo the device on hand so be sure to get a good look at it so you’re as informed as possible when whipping that wallet out. The MyTouch 4G Slide has a 3.7 inch display, a dual-core processor and an 8 megapixel camera that we hear is to die for. We’ve also got that nice QWERTY keyboard it gets its name from. All of this is available for $200. Talk all about it in our MyTouch 4G Slide section at AndroidForums.com if you need further discussions with eager members of the store.
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