HTC Panache to be Canada’s myTouch 4G, priced at $499


We heard last month that Canada’s Moblicity would be picking up the HTC Emerald — otherwise known as the T-Mobile myTouch 4G — sometime soon, and we now have further confirmation along with off-contract pricing and a launch name. The device, which is said to come with Gingerbread on board, will be known as the HTC Panache when it hits shelves for $499.99.

When will it hit shelves? Sometime within the next two weeks, according to rumors accompanying the above picture.

[via MobileSyrup]

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  1. Panache? How does one pronounce that? lol

    1. pan-atch

      1. Uh no, it’s pan-ashe 

  2. 1
    : an ornamental tuft (as of feathers) especially on a helmet2: dash or flamboyance in style and action : verve

  3. Kevin or someone @ Phandroid

  4. Isn’t that the word for vagina in spanish?

    1. No, that would be panocha…..

  5. They should have chosen a better name.


  7.  Are these phones 100% identical? I am in Canada and I could get the Panache for 499 without a contract, but I can find the MyTouch 4g from the states for considerably less. Is the only difference that the MyTouch says T-Mobile at the top? In other words, would Mobilicity would be able to equally support this phone?

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