Barrons, part of the Wall Street Journal Digital Network, is reporting info on the upcoming iPhone release. Calling it the iPhone 3G Pro, they quote RBC Capital’s Mike Abramsky that claims faster 3G. The improvements will be:
Today, T-Mobile launched the Samsung T119. The Samsung SGH-T119 made its first appearance at CES 2009. Its a simple candy-bar phone. It didn’t illicit oohs and aahs from people present at CES and literally came out with a low profile.
Today FCC just passed a new Samsung phone, possibly coming to Verizon Wireless. The new Samsung phone passed by FCC is the Samsung U960. There are rumors about this is going to be an upgrade of the Glyde, Glyde 2?
The FCC has managed to get on our good side lately, and let me tell you, that is not easy to do. First they revealed the Samsung T349, then the HTC Magic (T-Mobile G2), and now the Samsung T239. Granted the Magic is the only device with features that got our mouths watering, the two new Samsung devices are always welcome to T-Mobile’s lineup.
Well well well, what do we have here? Today the HTC Magic, showing some sexy pink and gray T-Mobile USA branding and sporting T-Mobile USA 3G bands, passed through the beloved FCC filters. The HTC Magic, codenamed “Sapphire,” is the first T-Mobile device to pass through the FCC with both T-Mobile 3G, AND UMA. Lucky day indeed for T-Mobile users, what more could you ask for?
Yeah, I just got my watermarking ability back. If you have any problems with that, you are more then welcome to head on over to the FCC Site and check out the recently passed T349 for your self.
It is your lucky day T-Mobile G1 users, as an official T-Mobile application has just been released in the Android Marketplace. The MyAccount application gives users information that they would be able to see from MyT-Mobile.com, including minute used, remaining, bill summary, and much more. As we can see in the picture above, the application will be similar to MyT-Mobile.com, providing nearly identical features. Congrats to T-Mobile for giving G1 users an easy way to track how many minutes and message have been used. Not a T-Mobile G1 user?