Samsung T479 aka Gravity 3 and Samsung T359 passed FCC

By: t-marco April 23rd, 2010

T-Mobile together with Samsung are preparing a bunch of phones. One is the new Android phone T959 and the new version of the Momoir, the T949.  Also the Samsung T669 and the T569 We mentioned the existence of other 2 new phones, the Samsung T479 aka Gravity 3 and the Samsung T359. Now, both of them, just passed FCC.

The Samsung T479, known as the Gravity 3, will be dropping in both  Indigo and Rum variations on June 23rd. Also the Samsung T669 will also be coming in the Steel color. The Gravity 3 is an entry level Quad Band GSM phone with basic features such as SMS, MMS, Bluetooth, 2M Camera, Qwerty keyboard and IM Integrated Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology allows users to wirelessly connect to optional compatible HandsFree accessories such as headsets and car kits. Also Quadband GSM/EDGE and dual band WCDMA 1700/2100.

Stay tuned for more information.

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Google Nexus One soon will feature 802.11n?

By: t-marco April 23rd, 2010

According with Google and Broadcom, they are working on some new  drivers for the chipset into the Android repository that enable the functionality of the WiFi n in the Nexus One, which likely means that future stock firmwares will support it. When Google launched the Nexus One, in the specifications sheet was mentioned the availability of the 802.11 n, but later Google took it off.

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T-Mobile gets official with GarminFone, Android Phone, not Nuvi

By: t-marco April 21st, 2010

Finally T-Mobile unleash another Android phone, this time by Garmin. Just few months ago, we mentioned that FCC approved a new Asustek phone with AWS bands. Now its finally here. T-Mobile just launched the new Garminfone today. This new Android phone will feature 3MP camera with autofocus  microSD expansion up to 32GB, WiFi, and full HSPA, Android 1.6 maybe,  a 3.5-inch HVGA display. It’ll come bundled with a charging dash / windshield mount when it launches “later this Spring.” Follow the break for the full press release. It will come in 2 colors, gray and black.

Because maps are on the phone, rather than streamed over the Web, the navigation system will work even in areas where there is no wireless signal, using GPS. There won’t be additional service fees for the Garmin service but the company will charge for additional maps, and more frequent updates of the U.S. map than the one annual free update provided with the phone.

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Samsung T959 Android phone will feature Bluetooth 3.0

By: t-marco April 20th, 2010

We know that T-Mobile and Samsung are cooking a new Android Phone, Samsung T959. We were the first ones to told you about the existence of this new Android phone. Later we mentioned it will feature no only wifi but 802.11n. Now, another big surprise. The new Samsung T959 will feature Bluetooth 3.0.

Bluetooth 3.0 gets its speed from the 802.11 radio protocol. The inclusion of the 802.11 Protocol Adaptation Layer (PAL) provides increased throughput of data transfers at the approximate rate of 24 Mbps. In addition, mobile devices including Bluetooth 3.0 will realize increased power savings due to enhanced power control built in.

Blackberry Bold 9700 White hitting T-Mobile this May 5th

By: t-marco April 19th, 2010

T-Mobile is planing to launch a new color fresh for its first Blackberry 3G, the Bold 9700 now is going to come in White. Same as the new myTouch Slide is coming in few colors, red, white and balck, The Bold 9700 will have 2 colors to chose.  Grab yours this May 5th.


  • 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, image stabilization, video recording, flash and 2 x zoom
  • 122 g, 109mm x 60mm x 14.1mm
  • 2.44″480 x 360 display
  • New 624 Mhz processor, 256 MB of flash memory
  • Wi-Fi with UMA support, A-GPS, Bluetooth (incl. A2DP)
  • 3.5mm headphone jack, microUSB jack, and microSD memory card slot supporting up to 32 GB
  • Optical trackpad
  • 1500 mAh battery with 6 hours of talk time or 19/15 days standby (GSM and UMTS, respectively)
  • 1900/1800/900/850 MHz on GSM, 2100/1900/850/800 Mhz or 2100/1700/900 Mhz on UMTS (for T-Mobile)

Opera Mini finally lands on iPhone App Store

By: t-marco April 13th, 2010

There’s a new browser in town for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users. Opera Software announced Monday that Apple approved an iPhone version of its Opera mini mobile browser. By Monday evening, the free browser was available for download from the App Store.

Opera Mini is optimized to work on slower data connections and could prove valuable to iPhone users that spend time in areas without 3G coverage.

Wanna see the myTouch Slide?.. Now in Red, Black and White !!! Official Pictures

By: t-marco April 12th, 2010

Hey guys, we know already that HTC and T-Mobile will launch the new upgrade the myTouch.. The myTouch Slide .. and we got the first official pictures of the 3 new colors of the phone.  Yes, guys, T-Mobile will offer the myTouch Slide in 3 new colors, Red, Black and White.

This is not an speculation, actually there will be 3 color of the myTouch Slide… check the gallery and more pictures soon !!

  • 1300mAh battery
  • MicroSD memory cardslot is accessible without battery removal.  It is a push to insert and push to remove design.
  • Optical trackpad.
  • Camera with LED flash.
  • 3.5 mm Headset Jack
  • Slide-out 4 row QWERTY keyboard
  • 320×480 screen resolution.
  • ARM11 processor.

iPhone OS 4.0 is here, Multitasking available, only for iPhone 3GS and new iPod touch

By: t-marco April 8th, 2010

The announcement of iPhone OS 4.0 has brought with it the most requested feature from iPhone users around the globe.

iPhone OS 4 will include over 100 new user features for iPhone and iPod touch owners to enjoy. And for developers, a new software development kit (SDK) offers over 1500 new APIs to create apps that are even more powerful, innovative, and amazing.

100+ New User Features

With iPhone OS 4, iPhone owners will enjoy over 100 new features that make it easier to interact with apps, manage email, read books, and more. New features include the following:

  • Multitasking

    Developers will have access to seven multitasking services, which will allow tasks to be performed in the background while preserving performance and battery life. So you’ll be able to make a Voice over IP call while playing a game or checking email, find a restaurant on Urbanspoon while listening to Pandora, and more.

  • Folders

    Organize apps into folders with drag-and-drop simplicity. Get faster access to your favorites and browse and manage up to 2160 apps at once — many more than the current limit of 180 apps.

  • Even Better Mail

    See messages from all your email accounts displayed together in a unified inbox, switch between inboxes more quickly, organize messages by threads, and even open attachments in third-party apps.

  • iBooks

    The best way to browse, buy, and read books on a mobile device. Easily flip through the pages of a book you’ve downloaded from the iBookstore while listening to your music collection. Browse tens of thousands of books — many of them free — by title, author, or genre. You can even check out reviews and read sample pages before you buy.

What sucks?

iPhone OS 4 Compatibility

iPhone OS 4 will work with iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and the second- and third-generation iPod touch this summer, and with iPad in the fall. Not all features are compatible with all devices. For example, multitasking is available only with iPhone 3GS and the third-generation iPod touch (32GB and 64GB models from late 2009).