FCC passed Nokia Fold 3710, 3G phone with GPS and T-Mobile Bands

By: t-marco March 16th, 2010

Today FCC just passed the new Nokia Fold 3710, a new upgrade of the Nokia 3711. The new Fold, will feature 3.2 MP instead of 2.0 with flash,  Stereo Bluetooth, GPS, with Nokia Maps Navigation. 2.5 mm connector, a second camera for video calling, Quad Band GSM/EDGE and WCDMA 900/1700-2100/2100.

We are not sure if the Fold 3711 will land on T-Mobile’ line up.

Stay tuned for more information.

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Tomorrow, T-Mobile will launch Motorola Cliq XT, for $99

By: t-marco March 16th, 2010

Yes, guys, T-Mobile will launch the new Motorola CLiq XT tomorrow March 17th for only US$ 99.99 (2 years contract) or 199 for 1 year contract.  The new Motorola Cliq XT will feature MotoBlur, Android 1.6, Stereo Bluetooth, 5MP camera with flash, 3.5 mm audio jack. Grab yours tomorrow and let us know if you like it!

LG GD570, the first LG 3G phone with T-Mobile AWS bands?

By: t-marco March 12th, 2010

Today FCC gave us one big sorprise. We told you while ago about  T-Mobile will start selling LG phones really soon.. and today we believe that is going to happen.  FCC just passed a new LG phone, the GD570 with AWS WCDMA bands (band IV) compatible with T-Mobile USA. We dont know if this is an Android phone. So far this is the only information we have. So, keep in touch for more information.

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Houston.. Houston … The Rocket will be launched on March 14th!

By: t-marco March 12th, 2010

T-Mobile announced that the webConnect Rocket USB Laptop Stick, the first HSPA+ device for the U.S., will be available beginning on Sunday, March 14. HSPA+ is interesting because it could enable 4G LTE-like speeds using existing 3G infrastructure.

The device is branded the WebConnect Rocket USB Laptop Stick, and will initially be sold in Philadelphia, where TMo has recently upgraded to the 7.2Mbps iteration of HSPA. While AT&T is avoiding the HSPA+ step, planning to move straight to LTE from 2011 onwards, T-Mobile does not have new spectrum for 4G and is set to pursue a longer HSPA+ path, possibly topped up with a WiMAX or LTE partnership with a spectrum holder like Clearwire.

The webConnect Rocket USB Laptop Stick retails for $99.99 with a two-year contract and an Even More webConnect data plan. $60 per month gets you 5GB, while $30 gets you just 200MB; both charge 20 cents per megabyte over that. Another new option, Even More Plus webConnect, drops the annual contract and lowers the monthly prices by $10 in each case, but raises the up-front price of the modem.

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Rumor: T-Mobile training employees on HTC Desire?

By: t-marco March 10th, 2010

First we heard that the HTC Desire will hit AT&T in May/June, and now, according to Androincia, a manager at a T-Mobile USA store was being trained on several phones that are coming to the carrier this year, and the HTC Desire Android phone is on the list. They also said that they contact other T-Mobile employees and they said that their manager’s are off for training.

It seems that the device in question comes with a large touchscreen display, which means that it might not be the smaller Motorola CLIQ XT, but the name is still unconfirmed. For what it’s worth, considering that T-Mobile already has the Nexus One on its airwaves, there are great chances that Desire will also land there, especially since the two phones are basically the same device. However, previous rumors suggested that other carriers in the US would receive it, and this remains in the rumor side until further confirmation emerges.

Just rumors guys.. stay tuned for more information

T-Mobile HTC HD2 unboxing.. BGR style

By: t-marco March 10th, 2010

BGR got some pictures of the box of the new HTC HD2 coming to T-Mobile this month. The HTC HD2 will feature 1 Ghz Snapdragon processor, Stereo Bluetooth 2.0, 5MP camera with auto focus, 16GB of memory. The box will include a battery, USB cable, charger, stereo headsets.

HTC HD2 shows up on T-Mobile’s website as a coming soon

By: t-marco March 8th, 2010


T-Mobile has just showed up, its new Windows Mobile phone 6.5, the HTC HD2 as a coming soon on its website. The new WMo Phone will be available sometime around March 24th, for 199 with 2 years contract, and 499 without it.  We just made a comparison chart with the HD2 American version with the international one right here. Don’t forget that T-Mobile is not only launching the HD2 that day. T-Mo is also launching its new service HSPA+ 21Mbps.

Stay tuned for more information.

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T-Mobile HSPA+ “Very fast Mobile Web” coming on March 14th

By: t-marco March 5th, 2010

T-Mobile finally has finished upgrading its 3G network to HSPA 7.2 Mbps, now is planing to launch 4G services in some markets. The “very fast mobile web” is probably its new HSPA+ service that T-Mobile has been talking and testing in Philadelphia. T-Mobile also said that it plans to be the first U.S. carrier to deploy HSPA+ across its network by mid 2010.

Once fully enabled, HSPA+ will offer up to 21Mbps downloads.

The pilot markets for the HSPA+ webConnect Rocket include:

  • Dallas, TX
  • Miami, FL
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Chicago, IL
  • and maybe Philadelphia, PA (current test market for HSPA+)

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