T-Mobile MyTouch and MyTouch Q review

Featurephones, dumbphones, “messaging phones.” No matter what you call them, it’s clear that these devices are quickly being replaced by cheap smartphones at the low end of the cellphone market. We’ve seen devices like the LG Lucid and the HTC One V, or the Sony Xperia U in the UK, all of which bring lower specs and weakened performance, but still offer all (or at least most) of a smartphone’s connectivity and functionality.

That’s precisely what T-Mobile’s latest MyTouch and MyTouch Q purport to be. The new devices are $49.99 with a two-year contract, a price historically reserved for phones with nine keys, a clamshell body, and no internet connection. Their spec sheets are lackluster, at least compared to T-Mobile’s more expensive…

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