Yahoo Tech: "Now, this is more like it. T-Mobile's successor to last year's Android-powered G1 is slimmer, lighter, and considerably sexier than the original, and its on-screen QWERTY keypad rivals the iPhone's. Read on for more first impressions.
Set to arrive in stores August 5 for $199 with a two-year service agreement, the T-Mobile myTouch 3G had its official coming-out party this morning at an event in Manhattan, and I got to take the long-awaited handset (a virtual clone of the HTC Magic in Europe and Canada) for a brief test drive.
My full review will have to wait until I can get quality time with a review unit, but so far, I like what I'm seeing."