By Evan Blass | September 13, 2010 8:24 AM
The rumored, but very likely, T-Mobile myTouch HD will be sporting a dual-core processor along with video chat over 3G, if a document leaked to TmoNews turns out to be legitimate. The official-looking marketing slide describes the Android-powered, 3.8-inch successor to the myTouch 3G as a Froyo-endowed device with dual cameras (five megapixel rear-facing, VGA front-facing), 4GB internal memory (8GB microSD card bundled), and a 1GHz “dual processor” that very likely refers to a dual-core CPU.
Besides being only the third phone in the US to offer video chat (alongside the iPhone 4 and EVO 4G), the myTouch HD also promises a “Screen Share” feature which may either refer to DLNA support or HDMI-out, and an improved Genius Button, with a driving mode that both speaks messages and allows the user to dictate text.
No word yet on an official release date or price, although we’ve previously heard that a November 3rd launch is possible for the HTC-built handset.