Actually, the full title is T-Mobile myTouch 3G with Google, and it comes in black, white, and merlot.
Finally, we can separate the wheat from the chaff. If you look back at the different specs, names, and other fodder that I've written about regarding this phone, you'll find a plenty of chaff. So much so, that I might consider GIMPing up a few of my own devices during the next slow news week.
This multitasking 3G beauty is equipped with POP/IMAP/Exchange support, MMS, stereo bluetooth, and direct uploading to You Tube and Picassa. Voice dialing and voice search are also ready to go. It has a 3.2? HVGA capacitive touch screen and weighs in at 4 oz. Inside, you'll find a 4 Gig micro SD, so you'll have plenty of room for DRM-free tracks from Amazon as well as your own photos and videos taken with the 3.2 (not 5.0) MP camera. The spec sheet boasts 600 standby hours and six of talk time. And check out this snippet from the press release:
"Sherpa [is] an application that features GENIE (Geodelic ENgine for Interest Evaluation), a learning engine that automatically customizes itself to the user's preferences. Created by Geodelic, Sherpa learns a person's likes and dislikes through behavior and user feedback, prioritizing recommended retailers, restaurants and attractions."
Pre-orders for current T-Mobile customers start July 8 for $199.99 with a new two-year contract. myTouch will be available in stores early August.