Android Motorola Motus will support 1700/2100 3G bands

By: t-marco November 20th, 2009

Motorola Motus

According with AndroidandMe, the new Android phone from Motorola, The Motus, will support WCDMA Band 4 used by T-Mobile USA. Motorola has registered the trademark “Backflip” which could end up being the official name of this phone.

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T-Mobile preparing another low end phone, Samsung T139

By: t-marco November 20th, 2009

samsung T139

After the big news about the new Samsung T949, maybe the Memoir 2, T-Mobile is preparing a new low end phone, the new Samsung T139.

“The Samsung T139 is an entry level GSM phone with basic features such as SMS, MMS, Bluetooth technology and IM as well as T-Mobile’s MyFaves program to keep in contact with customers’ favorite people. Integrated Bluetooth v2.0 + EDR technology allows users to wirelessly connect to optional compatible handsfree accessories such as headsets and car kits. This glossy cover folder phone is also equipped with a VGA camera and has 10MB internal user memory capacity.”

More information and pictures soon, stay tuned.

Samsung T949 in the works? a 480×800 screen Resolution Phone

By: t-marco November 19th, 2009

Samsung T949

Yes folks, Samsung is preparing a new phone with 480 x 800 pixels resolution (same as the Omnia II), the new Samsung T949. However, this is not the greatest news here. Apparently this phone will land soon on T-Mobile  USA.  As you know all the T series ending in 9 will end on T-Mobile and I believe this won’t be an exception. 

T-Mobile Complete:$300, no contract BlackBerry Curve 8520 + Free Month Service

By: t-marco November 19th, 2009


T-Mobile has launched the new T-Mobile Complete, this new package contains  phones starting at  $59.99 without a commitment. For example the Blackberry Curve 8520 its about 299.99 and the Pearl for 149.99. Besides that, T-Mobile will give you the first month free.  But where? only in selected Best Buy and Walmart Stores.

T-Mobile confirmes HSPA+ 21Mbps by Mid 2010

By: t-marco November 12th, 2009

T-Mobile HSPA +

T-Mobile representative Amanda Ginther has confirmed that it will rollout HSPA 7.2 data access across its entire network currently consisting of 240 cities covering 170 million points of presence and expanding to 200 million by the end of the year.

T-Mobile is preparing for an upgrade to 21Mbps HSPA+ access (Trial in Philadelphia) beginning in the middle of next year. Handsets in T-Mobile’s 3G lineup that are compatible with the current HSPA 7.2 upgrade include the T-Mobile G1, myTouch 3G,Touch Pro2, Dash 3G, Motorola CLIQ and the forthcoming Samsung Behold II.

Behold-Mania starts everywhere

By: t-marco November 12th, 2009

T-Mobile Behold 2

Many of  you are looking forward of getting the new Android phone from Samsung, The new Behold 2. T-Mobile is going to launch the new Behold on November 18th for only 199.99 with 2 years contract. Here we are giving you more information about the Behold 2, new pic, new screen shots and some extra features.

Check our gallery after the jump!

Samsung Behold 2 coming this November 18th for 199.99

By: t-marco November 11th, 2009

Samsung Behold 2 front side

T-Mobile is planing to launch the new Android device by Samsung, the Behold 2 on Nov 18th for only 199.99 with 2 years contract or 449 without it. It features a full-touch model backed by a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, flash, and video recording, a 3.2-inch AMOLED display, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, and microSD expansion up to 16GB.  The Behold II features an adaptation of the company’s TouchWiz UI and has a 3D “cube menu” for rotating among common features like web browsing , YouTube access and Amazon music store.

T-Mobile also launches another cheap phone, Nokia 2720 fold

By: t-marco November 11th, 2009

nokia 2720

Besides the new T-Mobile Tap and the Nokia 3711, T-Mobile also launched today another low end phone, the new Nokia 2720 fold. Definetelity T-Mobile is launching new Nokia phones, and probably the Nokia 5230 is going to be one of them. The Nokia 2720 is the fold version of the Nokia 2330