Samsung T869 aka Samsung GT-P6200 new Galaxy Tab 7″ HSPA + coming to T-Mobile?

By: t-marco August 29th, 2011

Yes, guys, T-Mobile is replacing the old Samsung Galaxy Tab (now out of stock) for a new and improve one. Bluetooth Org. just pass a new device, the Samsung T869, and Cellphonesignal can confirmed that this device is related with the Samsung GT-96200, a new Galaxy Tab. Samsung wants to introduce the next generation Galaxy Tab “P6200″ with a 7 inch Super-Amoled or Super-Amoled-Plus with 1024×600 Pixel (confirmed) and it will feature a Cortex-A9 processor.

The Samsung T869 aka  GT-P6200 is HSPA+ in this case and the GT-P6210 is Wi-Fi only. Possibly it will feature a 2MP front / 3MP rear cameras and Android Honeycomb.

Don’t forget there is another Tablet coming to T-Mo too, the Samsung T959

Stay tuned for more information.


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T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint Galaxy S versions revealed

By: t-marco August 26th, 2011

Thanks again to our friends from Pocketnow, we can enjoy viewing the 3 different models for each mayor carrier that will carry the new Samsung Galaxy S II. T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T are the lucky ones (Verizon Wireless decided not to carry it). The T-Mobile version is like a giant Nexus S. The Sprint one is less rounded than the T-Mo’s variant. AT&T decided to keep the original design of the Galaxy S II. Remember that the new Samsung Galaxy S II, aka Hercules just passed FCC with 850/1900/1700-2100 3G bands.

More information soon.

Samsung T989 aka Hercules passed FCC..featuring AT&T and T-MO 3G Bands!

By: t-marco August 26th, 2011

FCC just passed the new T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II.  The new Samsung T989 will have NFC capabilities. As you know the Samsung Hercules, a variant of the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile will be one of the first capable phone to run under T-Mo and AT&T 3G/4G network after AT&T announced that it will buy T-Mobile USA. Now we can confirmed that The Samsung Hercules will have quad band GSM/EDGE and Triband 3G/4G HSPA+ 850, 1700/2100, and 1900.

This beauty will be available soon.

Stay tuned for more information

HTC Omega (Radar) images leaked .. possibly hitting to T-Mobile USA

By: t-marco August 26th, 2011

Thanks again to PocketNow, we got a clearly and first press shots of the new and possibly Windows Mobile Phone coming to T-Mobile USA.   The new HTC Mango or Radar will feature the latest WiMo OS , Mango, a 3.8-inch display, 8-megapixel camera, 512MB of RAM, and a 1.5GHz Snapdragon MSM8255 processor. Qualcomm’s official specs for the MSM8255 only have it scaling up to 1.4GHz.  HTC will announce a second, higher-end Windows Phone 7 next week, codenamed the HTC Eternity.

More information soon.

iPhone 5 will come to T-Mobie after all

By: t-marco August 24th, 2011

According with Mactrast, Not only Verizon, AT&T and Sprint are getting the new iPhone 5 ( iPhone 4G) but also T-Mobile as well. The informant, who requested to remain anonymous, went on to claim that the iPhone 5 would also operate at 3G speeds on T-Mobile US network. As you know you can buy an iPhone  from AT&T , jailbreak it and unlock it to use it on T-Mobile’s network, or buying an unlocked one from Apple store. However it will only run under 2.5 EDGE T-Mo speed.

T-Mobile USA expects the iPhone 5 to launch sometime in early to mid October, same as the rest of the carriers.  The source indicates :

“We expect the addition of the iPhone, and the iPhone 5′s ability to run on our 3G network to make a significant financial difference for T-Mobile.”

Micro Sim cards are ready.. Lets keep our fingers crossed.

Android Market Update Brings +1 Button, PIN Number for Purchases

By: t-marco August 23rd, 2011

Back in July, Google rolled out a massive Android Market update that overhauled the look and brought a number of new features including new ways to discover applications and the ability to rent movies and purchase books right from your phone.

Google has just started rolling out an update to the Android Market 3.1.3. Aside from a few slight aesthetic changes, the two main features include the ability to +1 apps and password protect (PIN lock) your Android purchases.

The addition of the +1 button allows you to, obviously, +1 apps in the Market while the PIN number feature allows you to secure you to set up a PIN number for purchases on the app store.


Android Police has an APK file for those who don’t like to wait. If you’re an impatient one, go ahead and install it yourself.

T-Mobile : Blackberry Bold 9900 has a 1.2 Ghz dual core ….NOT!!

By: t-marco August 23rd, 2011

T-Mobile has made a mistake printing the BB 9900 boxes with a huge mistake on the specifications. T-Mobile says that the new Blackberry Bold 9900 has a “dual core” 1.2 Ghz processor … and that is not true.. The Bold 9900 has a 1.2 processor but only one. T-Mo , seems you have to re-print all the boxes or just put a sticker on top of that.

Here are the official specifications :

BlackBerry® Bold™ 9900 (T-Mobile) also includes:

  • QWERTY Keyboard & 2.8″ Touch Display
  • 1.2 GHz Processor
  • 5MP Camera with 4x zoom
  • World Phone Capability
  • 720p HD Video Recording
  • T-Mobile’s Thinnest BlackBerry
  • Up to 32 GB Expandable Memory
  • Media Player

Included Accessories:

  • Micro SD Card (2GB)
  • 1040 mAh Battery
  • Stereo Headset
  • Fixed Blade Micro USB Charger
  • Micro USB Cable
  • Getting Started Guide

RIM announces Blackberry Curve 9360, coming to T-Mobile in September

By: t-marco August 23rd, 2011

RIM has just announced the new Blackberry Curve in 3 variants the dual-mode GSM / CDMA 9370, the GSM / UMTS 9360 ( hitting to T-Mobile USA)  and the CDMA-only 9350. Spec highlights include RIM’s slimmest Curve design ever, GPS and Wi-Fi support, 5-megapixel cameras and the BlackBerry 7 OS. Remember that the new Blackberry Bold 9900 also will be hitting T-Mobile USA this August 31st