Is the Samsung T769 the Galaxy S Blaze 4G?.. T999, Galaxy Nexus?WE BELIEVE SO!..

By: t-marco January 31st, 2012

Well guys.. here is more prof about that the new Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G is around the corner and we believe it will come as the Samsung T769. Why we believe that?.. Does not make any sense that Samsung releases the first and only Android phone made by the Korean company with HD display ( the Galaxy Nexus ) and at the same time, T-Mobile will offer a cheaper phone ( Blaze 4G ) with the same characteristics. Marketing talking, doesn’t work. That leave us that T-Mobile is planing to release 2 Samsung Android phones. One coming really soon and it just passed FCC  is the Samsung T769 aka Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G.  This phone will come with the same ARM11 processor used on the Galaxy S II and same screen resolution as the Vibrant, but more Brilliant ( Super Amoled Plus ?). WiFi b/g,n, HSPA + 850/1900/1700 and quadband GSM.


And the Samsung Galaxy Nexus T999, still did not passed FCC or even WiFi Certification. Also the T999 will probably carry the same 1.5 dual core processor but definitely will carry and HD display.

As you see, now we have the T769 aka Galaxy S Blaze 4G and T99 aka Galaxy Nexus coming to T-Mobile.

FOR SOME WE REMIND THEM THAT THE EXHIBIT 2 4G IS the T679.. so this phone is totally new one!.


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T-Mobile, first USA carrier offering Square readers

By: t-marco January 31st, 2012

T-Mobile USA has become the first mobile operator to offer Square payment readers to its customers, allowing smartphone owners on its networks to buy the payment accessory direct from its stores starting today.  The Square mobile reader, a smartphone accessory with a card reader that you can plug into the headphone jack of most  Android devices.

“Small business customers are looking for a partner that will help them navigate the sometimes overwhelming and confusing wireless experience and provide the biggest bang for their buck,” said Bruce McGregor, senior analyst with Current Analysis. “With their emerging portfolio of small business solutions, T-Mobile is taking the right steps to better cater to customers’ needs for increased productivity via their mobile services.”

Exclusive : Samsung T999 , Galaxy Nexus coming to T-Mobile?

By: t-marco January 25th, 2012

As you know the Galaxy Nexus is already available on Verizon and Sprint leaving T-Mobile and AT&T out of the game. But now, hopes of having the Galaxy Nexus on T-Mobile’s Network are getting closer. According with the uprof by Samsung, there is one model coming to T-Mobile.. why?, because the model starts with T and ends in 9. This is the new Samsung T999 (possibly known as Galaxy Nexus) . This new mysterious Samsung T999 devices will have the same screen resolution of the Galaxy Nexus 4.65″ HD(1280 x 720) Super AMOLED

Well now We started the rumor about  soon T-Mobile will carry the new Samsung T999, aka Samsung Galaxy Nexus.


T-Mobile – AT&T wait for FCC approval, transfer spectrum

By: t-marco January 24th, 2012


AT&T and T-Mobile USA have fill up a file requesting the US FCC  for its approval for the proposed $1 billion worth of transfer in wireless airwaves. T-Mobile will receive AWS spectrum from AT&T in 128 markets, a $3 billion cash breakup fee and a seven year UMTS roaming agreement.

T-Mobile has said it needs additional spectrum to keep pace with its larger competitors. It is the only major national carrier with no plan to roll out the faster fourth-generation mobile broadband service known as LTE, and it lost 849,000 contract customers in last year’s first nine months.

Tom Sugrue, T-Mobile’s senior vice president said “This additional spectrum will help meet the growing demand for wireless broadband services,” from a email statement from the Wall Street Journal.


Whatsapp and Forsquare get an update bringing group photo capability and GPS bug fixed

By: t-marco January 19th, 2012


Today to good application got an update. One is Whatsapp, this 2.7.2334 will bring group photo capability, share nearby places feature, fixes and improvements to notifications and muting capability.

Foursquare will bring Venue Menus, Workaround for GPS bugs, update layout for pre-checking in screen and more

Go to the Android Market and get your update!


New Family Mobile plan from Walmart and T-Mobile gives you Unlimited everything.. but .. read the small print letters!

By: t-marco January 17th, 2012

Walmart has just announced a new Unlimited Family plan from T-Mobile. This plan offers unlimited talk, text and web at the low price of $45 (for the first line) and $35 for each additional line. Until Tuesday, Walmart’s plan did not offer unlimited web access, now it will, but it will only give you 3G speed for the first 250 MB of data, the rest?.. EDGE?  Those who sign up before March 16 will be able to enjoy 5 GB of 3G data per month, while those who sign up after said date will have to make due with 250 MB. After reaching the data limit, users will be throttled to lower speeds.


CES 2011, only one device for T-Mobile USA..Really?

By: t-marco January 13th, 2012

CES is over and here, thanks to IntoMobile, we can clearly see how many devices are coming to USA and each  carrier. AT&T is getting 8 new devices: HTC Titan II, Nokia Lumia 900, Pantech Burst and Element, Samsung Exhilarate, Skyrocket HD, Galaxy Note and Sony Xperia Ion) wow,  what a 8 beautiful devices.

Metro PCS is getting the new LG Connect 4G and Samsung Galaxy Atain 4G. Verizon Wireless will get the LG Spectrum, Motorola Razr Maxx, Motorola Droid 4, Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, Blackberry Curve 9370 and ZTE Jetpack. Sprint will get the LG Viper 4G and Galaxy Nexus. And finally T-Mobile USA will offer the new Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G.

Well as you can see, there is a big and huge difference of what T-Mobile will offer compared with other carrier, specially AT&T.

Picture thanks to Intomobile


T-Mobile announced Samsung Galaxy Blaze 4G, T-Mobile’s Galaxy Nexus ?…at least looks like ..

By: t-marco January 12th, 2012

T-Mobile has just announced the new Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, a new Android device with the same flavor of the Galaxy S II.  The Blaze 4G  will support their 42 Mbps network. From outside looks like the  Galaxy Nexus and an upgraded Galaxy S 2 with Super AMOLED display, Android OS, and 1.5 GHz dual-core processor.

The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G will arrive some time this year