Gizmodo has gotten its hands on two images allegedly of the Pink smartphones that we’ve been hearing about few days ago. As you can see, there are 2 models, one its the turtle ( the small slider phone) and the other ones, The Pure.
T-Mobile is preparing to launch the new SonyEricsson Equinox, aka TM717 this October 28th. Back In June we were the first to told you about the new SonyEricson Tm717 or Equinox would come to T-Mobile passing FCC.
Germany’s Deutsche Telekom, the parent company of T-Mobile USA, is in talks with Clearwire and MetroPCS about gaining access to spectrum, so it can expand its 4G network.
Back in May, CPS reported the round map for T-Mobile showing the new Samsung Houdini Coming to the magenta carrier this fall. Now, we got a shot and more specifications of this phone. Surprisingly, the phone featured in the video runs on WinMo OS and not Android.
There is a big chance that Microsoft will unleash 2 new Smartphones, probably at CES in January 2010 in Las Vegas. Developed under the project “Pink” moniker (one phone rumored to be for T-Mobile USA), these two slider phones stem from the acquisition of Danger and will continue to use Sharp as the manufacturing partner. They’ll be co-branded as “Microsoft+Sharp” products.
As we told you few days ago, today, T-Mobile USA revealed that it has started deploying HSPA+ technology on a limited basis in Philadelphia, with plans to launch the technology “nationwide” by mid-2010. T-Mobile just today also launched 3G network in Honolulu.
Today at midnight, T-Mobile activated 3G service in Honolulu, Hawaii. People are reporting they can see the 3G icon already on theirs 3G enable phones like Mytouch 3G and T-Mobile G1. T-Mobile improving its cellular network rolling out its HSDPA. As you now, T-Mobile also is planing to launch HSPA+ next year, reaching speeds up to 21Mbps.
According to BGR’s Ninjas, who we have to admit are often pretty accurate, we will be waiting a bit longer than expected for two of T-Mobile’s most anticipated devices. The Motorola CLIQ (Moto’s first Android Handset and the first in the world with MotoBLUR) and the Blackberry 9700, T-Mobile’s first 3G Blackberry.
Originally thought to be coming late September or early October, BGR has pegged these two devices with a November 11th release date. Is there any substance to these rumors? We’ll let you decide, but in the mean time stay tuned to stay on top of all of T-Mobile’s upcoming phones and devices!
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