June 24, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka
T-Mobile USA’s myTouch has been unboxed and had its manual uploaded to the web, completing the stages of phone hypedom on the Internet. We’ve already seen the “unconfirmed source” stories, vague response from manufacturer, spy shots, and official press releases go out. Now we have the benefit of unboxing photos, an unboxing video, and the phone’s user manual being leaked online.
Of course, this process has kind of already happened thanks to the myTouch’s European twin HTC Magic being released earlier, but it’s nice to see nice to see the device set to hit US stores in August. Engadget has posted photos of the myTouch box content that includes the phone, docking station, earphones, charger, and USB cord in a nice package. They have also uploaded the phone’s 113-page user guide in a photo gallery viewable on their website.
A video unboxing has also been uploaded by another source