With roughly 1 million units of the G1 sold to date, T-Mobile and HTC are prepping the myTouch 3G for a late-July release in hopes of delivering another successful cell phone that runs on Google’s Android to the masses. It’s a carrier-customized version of the HTC Magic, bringing a 3.2-inch 480 x 320 touchscreen as well as internal goodies like AWS 3G that’s compatible with T-Mobile’s high-speed data network. It’s got quadband EDGE for global roaming, WiFi, a 3.2 megapixel camera as well as Exchange support.
The myTouch is also fitted with Android 1.5 so you can get in on the virtual keyboard frenzy. Current customers will be able to pre-order the unit beginning July 8th for $199 with a two-year contract, having the phone in-hand by late July. The rest of the public will be able to grab one in early August in a black, white or “merlot” finish.