Samsung T939 Behold 2 passed FCC for T-Mobile

By: t-marco September 29th, 2009

Samsung Behold 2 T939

Yes guys, the time is getting closer. Do you guys remember the first time we mentioned for the first time about the new Samsung Android phone for T-Mobile. We used to called it Samsung Galaxy or Houdini. Rumors about the new Samsung T939 could be an Android phone were running around the web for a while.  Later on, we confirmed that the new Samsung Behold 2 T939 will be and Android.  Now FCC just passed it and the new Behold 2 is getting closer to be launched by T-Mobile.

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Samsung Houdini appears for the first time in video

By: t-marco September 23rd, 2009

Samsung Houdini

Back in May, CPS reported the round map for T-Mobile showing the new Samsung Houdini Coming to the magenta carrier this fall. Now, we got a shot and more specifications of this phone. Surprisingly, the phone featured in the video runs on WinMo OS and not Android.

Upcoming Phone Jackpot! Gravity 2 and Touch Pro2 get confirmed!

By: Shawn July 27th, 2009

We love those days when you wake up and your Inbox is just full of screenshots and pictures of beautiful upcoming devices. We can thank “Twiz” for today’s screenshots. First up is the Samsung Gravity 2 launching on August 19th. For more specs and release information, check out our Upcoming Phones page. The Samsung T469 Gravity 2 is an affordable 3G Handset with a full QWERTY Keyboard. A slight upgrade for the original Gravity, the Gravity 2 offers a thinner, sleeker design with a slick slide out keyboard, 2mp camera, video messaging, GPS, Multi-shot camera, MicroSD, and more. After playing with the Gravity 2 for a couple days, we can say that typing is a breeze, and it definitely provides customers with a step up from the original Gravity. If you are a heavy texter and want a trendy cool device, you have found your match. Next up? Touch Pro2 screenshots!

Samsung Houdini coming to T-Mobile in the Fall

By: Shawn May 4th, 2009




Needless to say, somebody really likes those pesky black boxes covering what we can only assume is incredibly exciting information. TmoToday also has similar screenshots, although it seems as if theirs are more covered then ours.