T-Mobile launched the myTouch 3G as its second Google Android device in early 2009 and it was a sleek, solid device. The Fender Limited Edition improves a bit with a standard 3.5mm headset jack, double the memory for application storage, and large capacity 16GB microSD card. There are a few music focused applications, along with free songs from popular artists, in a device with Fender guitar sunburst highlights.
You can slide out a cool case from the slip cover of the myTouch retail package. T-Mobile spent quite some time designing the retail packaging and unboxing experience on the myTouch 3G Fender Edition.
On the outside of the case you will find a Fender labeled guitar pick. This is attached to the case and cannot actually be taken off and used.
The carrying case is quite durable and holds all of your accessories with the myTouch 3G.
As you can see the inside is designed to be attractive and protective.
T-Mobile even has Fender sunburst designs on the A/C adapter and stereo headphones.
Everything associated with the Fender Limited Edition package has similar sunburst color schemes.
In the lower portion of the left side you will find the USB cable and a green carrying case.
Here you can see the green carrying case that is included with the myTouch 3G.
The Fender sunburst color scheme is prominent on the back of the myTouch 3G.
The back of the myTouch 3G is quite attractive.
The myTouch 3G fits well in my hand.
Another view of the back with the myTouch 3G in hand.
Three T-Mobile HTC created Google Android devices.
These are the two newest Google Android devices on T-Mobile USA.
Back view of both of these new devices.