The specs for the upcoming T-mobile exclusive, lower-end Android device — the myTouch 3G Slide — have been revealed by a source with the device in their possession.
No spec sheets accompany the device, but the source was able to confirm the following:
- A 600 MHz ARM processor,
- 512MB RAM,
- 512MB on-board storage,
- A 5MP autofocus camera with LED flash.
- An 8GB MicroSD card included in the box,
- Android 2.1 with HTC’s Sense UI and multi-touch support, and
Live wallpapers, as seen on the Nexus One, Droid Incredible, and other Android 2.1 phones, will not make an appearance on this device due to the lower-spec CPU.
Interestingly, the phone will come pre-installed with Swype as the default keyboard, but — as with all Android devices — this can be changed if desired. The popular (and really quite fun) Android game, Abduction, will also come installed, along with a heap of T-mobile apps, including a music streaming service similar to Pandora.
The device is expected to launch in May.