myTouch 3G: Improved Droid Still Has Some Squeaky Joints

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http://www.linuxinsider.com – Less than a year after T-Mobile and HTC released the first smartphone using Google's Android operating system, the wireless operator and the handset maker are back with a sleeker device that takes advantage of recent software updates. The myTouch 3G has plenty of hardware and software kinks -- and a $200 price tag that's $50 higher than the predecessor, the G1, both with a two-year contract. However, advances to the operating system may draw a smattering of cheers. The myTouch, which goes on sale Aug. 5, looks similar to the G1. (General)