While you are waiting for this phone, we are going to give you a little extra more information about this phone. Manual , pictures, specifications and tips.
Boy oh boy do we love the FCC. Just today we are seeing 3 new handsets, all heading to T-Mobile USA, pass through the FCC filters. First up: Nokia 3710. The specs on the Nokia 3710 flip phone will include:
We are giving you all the information we can find about the new upcoming desktop phone for T-Mobile, the new Nokia N900 with Maemo 5 UI. Following the announcement yesterday of the Maemo-powered N900 check out the demo film with the impressive UI.
We posted an incredibly sexy Nokia N900 promo video just hours ago. And look at what has surfaced in the meantime. Remember how “iPhone Killer” lost traction in the recent months? I think it is time to bring that phrase back. Either way, we should expect to see the Nokia N900 on T-Mobile shelves in the coming weeks months. Sorry about the last post…I was being optimistic but looking into it a bit more we will have to wait a bit for this oh-so beautiful device. Enjoy the video!
Please…wipe up your drool, that’s disgusting.
Remember the Nokia Rover? Well we know it is headed to T-Mobile in the coming weeks. Nokia just released a video that has all of us over at CPS drooling over this new device. Check it out!
Nearly two weeks after submitting the app to Apple, Facebook’s totally revamped 3.0 application is finally live on the App Store. You can download it now using itunes or App Store from your ipod touch or iPhone.
The new Nokia 3710 Fold is expected to be released on T-Mobile USA on Q4 2009 and today the new 3G phone just passed FCC with pictures (internal and external) hidden. That means, this phone is going to be released on T-Mobile soon.
Verizon Wireless offers Blackberry’s first touchscreen device for $49.99, not too shabby of a deal. Yet our friends over at Wirefly have decided to offer what was arguably Blackberry’s best device for the past months for anywhere between $.99 to $29.99. Saving that $20-$50 will definitely help you pay for the Blackberry data plan that comes with these devices.
Oh but we’re not done here. Someone at Wirefly decided that $50 off a device wasn’t good enough. Blackberry’s newest device on Verizon, the Blackberry Tour, sells for $149.99. Our lazy pals at Wirefly decided that was too many numbers to write, so they dropped the 1, AND the 4 from the price. Meaning? Yep, that means that you can pick up the Blackberry Tour from Wirefly from between $9.99 and $49.99.
Head on over to Wirefly.com to check out the deals!