T-Mobile USA to launch Samsung Galaxy S II?

Back at MWC, Samsung officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S II which is a successor to Galaxy S. They recently launched the device in Korea and it’s going to hit several other countries next week. When Galaxy S landed in USA, it was launched by all the major networks of USA and it’s still available. Now it looks like Samsung is about to do the same thing with the Samsung Galaxy S II. Continue reading “T-Mobile USA to launch Samsung Galaxy S II?”

BlackBerry Monza hitting T-Mobile USA in June?

Earlier this month, we saw the first leaked shots of Blackberry Monza which is a touchscreen phone and comes with some good features. Few days ago, spec sheet of Monza was leaked in which we saw that the device comes with some good features. We heard that it will hit Verizon Wireless in USA, but now it looks like it will also hit T-Mobile USA. Our friends over at Tmo-News reporting that BlackBerry Monza will hit T-Mobile on June 29th, which is still a month away. BlackBerry World event is next week, and I am sure that BlackBerry will introduce some news devices there. Continue reading “BlackBerry Monza hitting T-Mobile USA in June?”

T-Mobile Optimus G2x will receive Gingerbread soon, says T-Mobile

LG Optimus 2X is the first ever dual-core device which was launched by LG this year. It’s currently available in USA via T-Mobile where it’s known as T-Mobile G2X. What’s the difference between these two devices? The hardware is same but T-Mobile one is running stock version of Android which is also known as Vanilla. Optimus G2x is now available for purchase, but people who bought this phone have only one question, when there device will get Gingerbread? Well, someone on Twitter lost his patience and asked T-Mobile about it. Continue reading “T-Mobile Optimus G2x will receive Gingerbread soon, says T-Mobile”

iPhone caught running on T-Mobile 3G, will be known as iPhone 4S?

iPhone is one of the most selling devices in the USA, and it’s my personal experience that out of 10 people, 6/7 people are iPhone owners. Android is giving Apple a hard time, but Apple has its own special and unique place. iPhone 4 was launched by Apple last year and is currently available at AT&T and Verizon Wireless in USA. Both carriers have sold millions of iPhone and now it looks like Apple is looking for another mobile network. Our friends over at BGR got their hands on number of leaked shots of an iPhone running on the T-Mobile 3G network. Continue reading “iPhone caught running on T-Mobile 3G, will be known as iPhone 4S?”

T-Mobile – G2 will get Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) this quarter

T-Mobile’s G2 of USA will get Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) update says Computer World. This phone is the successor of Google’s first Android phone G1, manufactured by HTC and sold via T-Mobile USA. Continue reading “T-Mobile — G2 will get Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) this quarter”

T-Mobile Unveils The HTC Sensation 4G With 1.2 GHz Dual-Core Processor

T-Mobile recently announced the new HTC Sensation 4G. This handset runs on the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Operating System. HTC Sensation 4G will be exclusively available on the airwaves of T-Mobile in the US.

T-Mobile recently announced the new HTC Sensation 4G. This handset runs on the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Operating System and it comes with a 4.3 inch qHD display, 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 4G connectivity, 8 megapixel camera with full HD (1080p) video recording and more. This handset will be exclusively available on the airwaves of T-Mobile in the US. Continue reading “T-Mobile Unveils The HTC Sensation 4G With 1.2 GHz Dual-Core Processor”

Nokia Astound is the C7 for T-Mobile

Nokia was expected to launch a Symbian handset for USA at CTIA and they have announced the Nokia Astound – a T-Mobile branded C7 . The Symbian^3 device will be available exclusively on T-Mobile (soon to be AT&T ) starting from April 6.  The Astound seems identical in specs to the C7 including the 3.5 inch AMOLED display , stylish design , 8MP EDoF Camera with 720p video recording. Continue reading “Nokia Astound is the C7 for T-Mobile”

AT&T to acquire T-Mobile USA for a cool USD 39 billion

AT&T USA is the largest GSM mobile operator in USA and 2nd largest carrier after Verizon Wireless. T-Mobile USA is the 4th largest carrier and is owned by Deutsche Telekom Germany. Today, AT&T and Deutsche Telekom have announced that AT&T will acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for a price tag of USD 39 billion in cash and stock. This is totally shocking news because both these companies were competing with each other for quite some time. The deal will take the usual legal process and might take about a year to be approved. I don’t know any GSM carrier in USA apart from T-Mobile and AT&T. Now this deal means that there is going to be monopoly in the US GSM market and regulators might really not like the idea. Good luck to AT&T and Deutsche Telekom !

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T-Mobile Sidekick 4G Unveiled

T-Mobile announced their new slider phone, T-Mobile Sidekick 4G. The phone is powered by Android and manufactured by Samsung. The phone features a 3.5 inch touch screen display with a “pop-tilt hinge”, which on sliding reveals a five-row QWERTY keyboard, which has been a standard feature on the Sidekick phones from the begining. The phone also comes with features like Group Text and Cloud Text to ensure users with exceptional messaging experience and built-in social networking apps such as Facebook and Twitter. Continue reading “T-Mobile Sidekick 4G Unveiled”

HTC launching dual-core phone Pyramid ?

2010 was a very wonderful year for mobile phones because we have observed that how much mobile technology and industry improved. In the beginning of 2010, we saw phones with 800 MHz processor, and now there are phones with dual-core processors, and in few more months or may be later this year, we may see a phone with quad-core processor. Continue reading “HTC launching dual-core phone Pyramid ?”

T-Mobile reveals more details about Galaxy S 4G and G-Slate

T-Mobile has today announced some details regarding its Android product lineup. Yes, Samsung and LG Android devices are talk of the talk, and T-Mobile has roped partnership with them, and has released Galaxy S 4G which T-Mobile claim’s as fastest smartphone capable to handle peak download speeds of up to 21 Mbps, and the LG G-Slate T-Mobile’s first 4G Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablet.

Most of you guys might be pretty familiar with Galaxy S right? Galaxy 4G is just that with a front facing camera. This is T-Mobile’s answer to Verizon. Also T-mobile has bundled mobile HD TV through T-Mobile TV, Warner Bros. Pictures’ Academy Award nominated film INCEPTION, and T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik with this device. Also they are pretty aggressive with their data plans for the Galaxy S 4G. Starting at $10 per month, which is pretty good if you ask me.

Check out this teaser of LG G-Slate

Which the LG G-slate was teased at CES this year. This is an Android tablet not just like others, It runs on Android 3.0, 8.9-inch display, features 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 32GB of internal storage and wait for it… A 3-D camera? Yes, a Stereoscopic video camera which will shoot 3-D videos at 1080p. Supports both 3-D viewing and video capture.  Also has a 2mp front facing camera for video calling on T-Mobiles vast 4G network. They also confirmed their 4G network’s expansion to the South and Midwest regions.


The Galaxy S 4G is expected to be available to T-Mobile customers in February. More at  http://galaxy-s.t-mobile.com/4G for more information.

LG G-Slate’s pricing and availability not confirmed, but somewhere around Spring (March?) is what they say. More at  T-Mobile G-Slate product page.