Review: Upcoming phones for T-Mobile

By: t-marco October 29th, 2010

T-Mobile just list on his website 4 new devices hitting the stores next month. First we have the Motorola Defy, will be available for $99 with a 2-year contract starting on November 3. Then we have the myTouch 4G, yes TMN guys.. 4G.. i will be available also in Nov for 199.99. We have 4 choices, White, Black, Red and Plum.  Next we have the HTC HD7, available Nov 8th for 199.99 too. The Galaxy S Tab, first Android 2.2 tablet, will be available November 10th for 399.99. We are still waiting for LG Optimus T in Titan, WineRed an Android 2.2 OS, Microsoft Exchange support, 3.2 MP camera with Video, WiFi calling, and a 600 Mhz processor, hitting stores November 3th  for 29.99.

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Google Nexus Two is real … with Galaxy S flavor

By: t-marco October 29th, 2010

Gizmodo got some information about the new Google phone, Nexux Two. This time will not be made my HTC, it will be Samsung with a Galaxy S look.

“It’s black and shiny, built with glossy plastic. Up close, though, it’s “got this curve to it.” While the screen, which our source thinks is the same 4-inch AMOLED affair from the Galaxy series, is flat, the front is “sort of concave” with hard edges. And the back is curved. The tapering makes it feel thinner than Galaxy S, though it might be about the same thickness. “It feels really similar to the Galaxy S in a lot ways.”

Externally, the main difference from all of the current Galaxy S variants in the US is that it’s got a front-facing camera, and it’s running a stock build of Android that was still “really buggy.”

The Bold 9780 will be available from T-Mobile on November 17 for the price of $130 after rebate

By: t-marco October 27th, 2010

RIM together with T-Mobile announced the new Blackberry Bold 9780.  There where many rumors and leaked information about this new UMA phone hitting T-MO. First we had some spy shots, then the ROM leaked showing some T-Mo evidence, and finally FCC passed the 9780 with AWS 3G bands.

This a refresh of the original Bold 9700. It will feature an optical trackpad, QWERTY keyboard, WebKit-based browser, 5 megapixel camera, 3G / WiFi, , UMA / WiFi calling.It also packs GPS and Bluetooth for navigation and headsets, respectively. It will support microSD cards up to 32GB for media and content storage.

It Will run BlackBerry 6, that  offers a refreshed user interface, the new WebKit-based browser with tabbed browsing, better menus, new core applications, and built-in Flash Player Mobile 10.1.

Starting November 17th for 129.99 and 50 dollars mail in rebate with 2 years contract.

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T-Mobile, first USA carrier launching Samsung Galaxy Tab for 399.99

By: t-marco October 27th, 2010

T-Mobile will be the first carrier to launch its first Android 2.2 Tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab aka Samsung T849.  Just today, T-Mobile announced via its twitter account the availability of the Samsung Galaxy Tab for November 10th.  With this, T-Mo will turn to be the first American carrier in offer the Galaxy Tab. Price? not too cheap, US$ 399.99 after 50 bucks mail in rebate and 2 years contract.

T-Mobile is apparently restricting customers to existing data plans with the Galaxy. A spokesman could not be reached to comment on whether T-Mobile will also sell a Galaxy without a two-year contract at a higher price.

LG Optimus T coming to T-Mobile November 3rd for $29.99

By: t-marco October 25th, 2010

T-Mobile just announced that the LG Optimus T will be available this November 3rd for 29.99 after 50 bucks mail in rebate.

The LG Optimus T is an Android 2.2 device with much of the great features that previous versions of Android are unable to access (Voice Actions, Chrome to Phone, etc.). It’s basically a re-badged version of the LG Optimus One.It will feature  Android 2.2 OS, 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera, a pre-installed 2GB microSD card, and support for up to 32 GB microSD. It will be available  in 2 colors : burgundy or titanium.

Samsung will unveil a new Android phone on Nov 8th

By: t-marco October 25th, 2010

Samsung will be unveiling a new Android device  in New York City on Nov. 8. Rumors indicate that it could be a new phone for Verizon Wireless, the Samsung Continuum. We just hope getting new information about Samsung Galaxy phones like the Vibrant or Captivate ( i am using one btw)  Stay tuned, folks.

Via Engadget

HTC Wildfire and Desire coming to Alltel with Android flavor

By: t-marco October 23rd, 2010

Alltel is planing to launch 2 new Android phones from HTC, Wildfire and Desire.. those are going to be the official name. The HTC Wildfire is the latest Google Android device from Alltel. With the HTC Wildfire, you have fast & easy access to Google Maps, GMail, Google Talk and Google Search. And don’t forget Android Market where you can check out entertainment, lifestyle, business & productivity apps.

HTC Desire, latest Google Android device from Alltel. 1GHz Snapdragon Processor & 3.7-inch touch-sensitive Super TFT screen, a new choice in smartphones. Access to Google Maps, GMail, Google Talk & Google Search. And Android Market for entertainment, lifestyle, business & productivity apps.

Specifications after the Jump

myTouch 4G or HD or just myTouch?…mmmm

By: t-marco October 22nd, 2010

Everyone is wondering about what will be the official name for the new Android phone from HTC. First T-Mobile announced it as myTouch, then a ROM leaked shows myTouch 4G, then some accessories indicates myTouch HD. Now Walmart Wireless will sell it as myTouch 4G..

What every name is.. its a great phone…myTouch 4G!