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T-Mobile's British division has had a last-minute change of heart, christening its latest Android set the \"G2 Touch\" instead of the G1 Touch moniker it had thrown around before. The news comes straight from T-Mobile UK's official Twitter account, which followed up shortly thereafter by announcing t

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July 10, 2009 at 11:15AM
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The HTC Hero has made its first appearance on a UK carrier's website, but finds itself burdened with a teasing \"coming soon\" badge. Having talked to Orange, we can confirm previous reports that the device will be available for free on some, as yet undetermined but surely eye-gouging, price plans. T

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The HTC Hero has made its first appearance on a UK carrier's website, but finds itself burdened with a teasing \"coming soon\" badge. Having talked to Orange, we can confirm previous reports that the device will be available for free on some, as yet undetermined but surely eye-gouging, price plans. T

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Unless the box art's been scrapped at the last minute, we're still expecting T-Mobile USA to use the myTouch 3G branding for its version of the HTC Magic in the US -- but over in the UK, the local division just dropped some knowledge that its second Android device will be known as the G1 Touch. We

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You know what's a better name than myTouch 3G? Well, just about anything -- but we especially like the name that T-Mobile Netherlands has allegedly chosen for its next Android phone, the simple, elegant \"G1 Touch.\" We don't know what phone this'll be, necessarily -- the G1 trademark is owned by T-M

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