On Tuesday, T-Mobile USA announced its plan to release a new Google Android smartphone in early summer. Though the carrier didn't go into much detail about the device, it did say that the product would be a follow-up to the T-Mobile G1, so our money's on the HTC Magic/Google Ion, which is currently available through Vodafone in Europe and Rogers Wireless in Canada.
To add fuel to the fire, Engadget Mobile has what appears to be the artwork for the product's sales packaging, and sure enough, the HTC Magic is pictured on the front. But more interesting is the name: T-Mobile MyTouch 3G. In addition, it looks like the smartphone will be offered in black, burgundy, or white. The artwork certainly draws attention, but I'm not so sure about the name.