Interested in getting a peek at the latest additions to T-Mobile's myTouch family, the LG-made myTouch and myTouch Q, up close and in the flesh plastic? We're here to grant your wish, as images of both devices lounging around in the wild have been posted by our pals over at TmoNews. Before diving in, though, we have to point out that the devices in these photos are pre-production models, so it's entirely possible that the myTouches that hit T-Mobile shelves could look slightly different than the ones we're seeing here. Now that that's out of the way, let's get into the good stuff. Up above you can see the myTouch Q with its QWERTY 'board on display for all. The myTouch Q is packing a 3.5-inch, 1GHz processor, and Android 2.3.
Down below is the full touch sibling, dubbed simply the myTouch. This one's got a 3.8-inch screen, slightly larger than the myTouch's Q's display, as well as the same 1GHz processor found in its keyboarded brother. The image of the myTouch is a tad dark, so it's kind of tough to make out the body of the phone, but the photo does offer a glimpse at the skinned version of Android 2.3 that'll be found on the device when it launches.
T-Mobile has yet to divulge any kind of availability details for its two new myTouch smartphones outside of a vague "in time for the holidays" window, but a recently-leaked T-Mo roadmap showed that they may both be arriving on November 2nd. We'll let you know whether that date holds true or ends up changing when we get more details from the T-Mobile mothership. Until then, feel free to gaze upon the photos you see above and below and drop your thoughts on what you see in the comments below.