The upcoming T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide from HTC, expected to launch next Wednesday, June 8th alongside the Sensation 4G and another HTC device (Flyer?), has filed for FCC certification. Since we’re pretty confident of most of the specs already, there wasn’t much new information to be gleaned: the MT4GS, codename Doubleshot, is a dual-core QWERTY slider with 3.7-inch WVGA display, front and rear-facing cameras (VGA and eight-megapixel, respectively), and category 10 HSDPA support. The only real mystery at the point is whether or not T-Mo/HTC have decided to incorporate 3D capture and playback capabilities. With AT&T and Sprint soon to be representing the third-dimension with the Thrill 4G and EVO 3D, we suspect that Magenta will feel pressured to hop on the bandwagon as well.

P.S. The image above? Definitely shot with a myTouch 4G Slide, but is it of a myTouch 4G Slide? That we could not say.

Source: FCC

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