A new Samsung i637 Windows Mobile passed FCC for AT&T

By: T-Marco February 26th, 2009

Verizon has the Chocolate 1, 2 and 3, T-Mobile G1 and soon the G2 will come out. What about AT&T? Seams like AT&T is planing to launch a new…

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SonyEricsson C510a passed FCC with AT&T 3G

By: T-Marco February 26th, 2009

FCC today passed the American (AT&T) version of the C510a. The SonyEricsson will feature a quadband GSM and dual band HSDPA ( 850 and 1900 ). I think i am going to stop calling American 3G bands, becuase 1700 and 2100 also are American.

Motorola i465 passed FCC

By: T-Marco February 25th, 2009

For some people ( like me )that still uses iDEN phones,  i have some good news. The Motorola’s i465 just passed FCC, means, it will be soon available on Sprint or Boost Mobile.

New T-Mobile site in Spanish is Up

By: T-Marco February 24th, 2009

As we told you before, T-Mobile will introduce a totally new website exclusive only for Hispanics, that means, totally in ESPANOL.

Tomorow a big day : Samsung Memoir arrives

By: T-Marco February 24th, 2009

The waiting if almost over. Tomorrow T-Mobile and Samsung are going to launch the first 8MP camera phone in the United States, The Samsung Memoir or T929.

Motorola QA1 for AT&T passed FCC

By: T-Marco February 23rd, 2009

Today FCC just passed a new Motorola phone for AT&T. Is still Motorola alive?. Well, seams like they are still making some phones. This times is a new slider phone to AT&T.

Huawei Android on T-Mobile in Q3 2009?

By: T-Marco February 23rd, 2009

If you were intrigued by the Huawai Android Phone that appeared at MWC last week, you were no doubt curious as to when the device would be available for purchase.

Motorola RAZR3 surfaces

By: T-Marco February 22nd, 2009

Today we are seeing new rumors that the Motorola is preparing to continue their RAZR line. The RAZR 3 Vxx will be enclosed in a metal case, a little bit smaller than the Razr 2 V9. The internal display will maintain 6 customizable sensory elements for quick access to applications.