Sure, most of the Android love on T-Mobile has been focused on the G2 as of late, but now the myTouch HD is poised to steal some of that attention for itself. The myTouch HD popped up once before (both the front and the back!), but now the handset has shown up on a leaked T-Mo document that divulges some important information. The folks over at TmoNews received the document you see above, which states that the myTouch HD will sport a 5 megapixel camera along with a VGA cam around front, video calling over 3G, HSPA+, or WiFi, a 3.8-inch display, Android 2.2, and a 1 GHz dual processor. That's right, not only will the myTouch HD run on T-Mobile's HSPA+ network (which it claims is "America's largest 4G network"), it will also be sporting a 1 GHz dual processor. What G2?
While the myTouch HD may not sport the physical QWERTY keyboard that some customers lust after, the fact that it is HSPA+-ready and has a 1 GHz dual processor certainly makes up for its lack of buttons to push. There's no word on when the myTouch HD will be released, but this leaked T-Mobile roadmap says the launch will happen on November 5th, while a TmoNews tipster recently said that we can expect the myTouch HD on November 3rd. So, Android lovers, who's it gonna be? The QWERTY-packing G2 or the dual processor myTouch HD?