FCC just passed a new slider keyboard Nokia for AT&T. The new Nokia Mako is unlike anything we’ve ever seen Nokia make, mostly thanks to a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard. It rides on the same S60 3.2-based platform, features dual-band HSDPA, a 2.4-inch QVGA display, AGPS, 2 megapixel camera, Video Share, and 128MB of internal storage with microSD expansion.
“We’re proud to add the AllSport GPS, Geocache Navigator and Trimble Outdoors applications to T-Mobile’s web2go catalog,” said Venetia Espinoza, director, mobile applications and partner programs, T-Mobile USA. These three applications (sport monitoring, geocaching and outdoor mapping/navigation) cost $5.99 each per month (plus taxes).
After FCC passed the new HTC Dash 3G for T-Mobile, now our friends of MobileBurn we have the first live pictures of the new T-Mobile HTC Dash 3G.
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It looks exactly like a Samsung Omnia, but it’s not — this is the new Android handset for Spain called GeeksPhone One, a Cupcake-powered phone featuring a 625MHz PXA310 core, quadband EDGE plus HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, AGPS, 3.2 megapixel primary camera plus a front-facing cam for video calling, and microSD expansion, but the package is marred a bit by the fact that it’s rolling with a resistive 3.2-inch touchscreen.
Rumors about the new Curve 8520 coming to T-Mobile are getting more clear. Now that FCC just passed the new Blackberry 8520, a new version of the Curve Series.
We hope this beauty will come soon to T-Mobile. We expect it on July
Vodafone Group Plc, the world’s largest mobile-phone company, is considering a bid for T-Mobile UK Ltd., the British wireless unit of Deutsche Telekom AG, a person familiar with the situation said.
We know tha the new Blackberry Tour 9630 is coming for Verizon on July 12th for 199 and Sprint on July 20th. Now just FCC passed the new Blackberry. It features quadband GSM/EDGE, 2100 UMTS and 850/1900 CDMA/ EVDO.