|First released||July 26, 2011|
|Availability by country||U.S.A|
|Successor||myTouch, mytouch Q|
|Weight||6.5 ounces (184g)|
|Operating system||Android™ 2.3 Android (operating system)|
|CPU||1.2GHz dual core (Snapdragon)|
|Removable storage||microSD 8 GB|
|Display||3.7-inches WVGA Super LCD Touchscreen @ 480 x 800 Pixels|
|Rear camera||8-megapixel 1/3.2" sensor, f/2.2, autofocus, LED flash, 1080p recording|
|Front camera||1.3-megapixel, VGA, fixed-focus|
|Connectivity||GSM 850 900 1800 1900 MHz GPRS/EDGE
Triple band UMTS 1700 1900 2100 MHz (4G: 21.1/5.76 Mbps), Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), Bluetooth 3.0 + EDR + A2DP stereo
|Other||FM-Radio, GPS navigation, Wi-Fi Hot Spot|
The T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide is a touchscreen slider smartphone designed and manufactured by HTC Corporation for T-Mobile USA's "myTouch" series of phones. It is the fourth of the myTouch family. The myTouch 4G Slide is the first myTouch to feature HTC Espresso 3.0, a graphical user interface similar to HTC Sense 3.0. Highlights include an 8-megapixel camera, the Genius Button, and a hardware keyboard.
During development, the myTouch 4G Slide was known as the "HTC Doubleshot", which was leaked to the public as the phone's official name.
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The design of the myTouch 4G Slide is a refinement of that of the myTouch 4G. From the front, the phones look similar; the main differences between the two are small changes to the four physical buttons and a slightly smaller screen (the myTouch 4G Slide has a 3.7-inch screen, and the myTouch 4G a 3.8-inch screen). The backs of the phones, however, are noticeably different.[clarification needed] The myTouch 4G Slide is thicker than the myTouch 4G due to the Slide's physical keyboard, which is not present on the myTouch 4G.
The myTouch 4G Slide stands out amongst other Android handsets because of its uncommon physical slide-out four-row keyboard. The Keyboard is backlighted when the Ambient Light Sensor detects low light, but this leaves the keyboard hard to see in many common situations. An aftermarket app called Tasker includes control to force the keyboard backlight to stay on.
The phone has four physical keys on the front: Home, Menu, Back, and the Genius Button; along with an optical trackpad. "Genius" is a custom voice command and text-to-speech system powered by Dragon Dictation technologies. The Genius Button replaces the Search button from the myTouch 3G. On the sides, the phone has its camera and volume adjustment buttons. On the top, the phone has its lock/power button.
The myTouch 4G Slide features a rear-facing 8-megapixel camera capable of recording 1080p video at 30 frames per second, with a dual flash that helps illuminate objects in low-light conditions. The built-in camera software comes with features including Sweepshot, Burstshot, HDR (high dynamic range), and zero shutter lag. In addition, the myTouch 4G Slide has a VGA camera on the front of the device designed for video calls and self-portraits; it is allowed to be used by other applications.
The device comes pre-installed with a 1520 mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery designed to be user-replaceable. Battery life is stated to be 12.4 days in standby using HSPA+ and 9.8 days in 2G, with a talk time of 6.9 hours (HSPA+) or 8.9 hours (2G).
A modified HTC Sense 3.0 user interface was added to the 4G Slide. Some differences in the Sense modification include a different screen bottom designed specifically for 4G slide, and having only 5 desktop screens instead of the original 7.
There is an unofficial port of CyanogenMod 11.0 (Android 4.4.2) for the device; the CyanogenMod development team is making efforts towards official inclusion in the list of supported devices. Various other mods and firmware releases also exist.
The device features quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) GSM connectivity for 2G networks. For HSPA+ UMTS bands I, II and IV are supported, providing speeds up to 21.1 Mbit/s download and 5.76 Mbit/s upload.
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