T-Mobile has announced its latest smartphone and its second phone that uses the Google Android operating system, the T-Mobile My Touch 3G. The My Touch 3G is being taunted as being thinner than the G1 and a bit smaller than the Apple iPhone. The MyTouch 3G phone offers a 3.2-inch touch screen display, 320×480 resolution, and has no hardware keyboard. The myTouch is definitely up against some fierce competition in the market place, one being the recently released iPhone 3G S which offers double the speed, more battery life, and more features than the previous iPhone 3G. You also have the recently released Palm Pre which has had some great success as well with its launch into the market place. The myTouch only comes with 512MB of internal memory, but it does come with a 4GB microSD card which is nice but I would have liked to have seen the 4GB internal and then have the additional microSD slot for expansion later if needed. A 32GB microSD card will set you back over a $100 bucks, and that’s just to get the my Touch on the same playing field as the 32GB iPhone 3G S. T-Mobile said the myTouch would be available in white, black, and wine red. Existing T-Mobile customers can begin pre-ordering after July 7th and customers will be able to get their new phone in August. The myTouch will cost $199 with a two-year contract for current customers.