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Image Gallery: A look at the T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition Android smartphone

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.
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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.

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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.

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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.

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The carrying case is quite durable and holds all of your accessories with the myTouch 3G.

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As you can see the inside is designed to be attractive and protective.

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T-Mobile even has Fender sunburst designs on the A/C adapter and stereo headphones.

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Everything associated with the Fender Limited Edition package has similar sunburst color schemes.

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In the lower portion of the left side you will find the USB cable and a green carrying case.

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Here you can see the green carrying case that is included with the myTouch 3G.

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The Fender sunburst color scheme is prominent on the back of the myTouch 3G.

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The back of the myTouch 3G is quite attractive.

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The myTouch 3G fits well in my hand.

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Another view of the back with the myTouch 3G in hand.

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Three T-Mobile HTC created Google Android devices.

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These are the two newest Google Android devices on T-Mobile USA.

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Back view of both of these new devices.

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