By Stephen Schenck | September 30, 2011 10:14 AM
So far, we don’t know much about the LG myTouch and myTouch Q, a pair of Androids tipped for T-Mobile, short of the fact that the carrier can’t seem to help itself from showing the pair off. Earlier this month, the company posted a video to YouTube featuring the duo, only to realize what it had done and quickly yank the video (but not before we got a look at the phones). Now it looks like the myTouch is back, hiding in plain sight, on T-Mobile’s main page for Android phones.
Take a look near the bottom of the page, and you’ll see small pics of four smartphones: the Sensation 4G, Sidekick 4G, Galaxy S 4G, and G2x. Except, take a closer look at the Sensation pic, and you’ll notice it has three Android buttons instead of the four it should. You also might just be able to make out the myTouch logo (look for the “y” hanging down). Not convinced yet? The real tell is hiding in the page’s source, where the “Sensation 4G” is clearly labeled “lg-mytouch”.
What does this all mean? It could be simple carelessness on the part of T-Mobile, or we could be looking at it getting ready to launch the myTouch phones in the near future.