By: t-marco September 25th, 2011
I am reporting this from the Amazon River, in Peru, so, that is the reason I am didn´t post for a while… and the lack of 3G here. Anyways, back in business. As you know T-Mobile will launch a new Android device , the HTC Amaze 4G and we got the first official pictures of the device. The Amaze 4G will be the upgrade of the myTouch 4G ( not slide keyboard this time). As you remember, the specifications were leaked few weeks ago, showing some amazing features like 1.5 Ghz processor and 8MP camera.
T-Mobile will release this phone in a few weeks. Stay tuned for more information.
- 4.3 qHD resolution
- 8 MP rear camera dual flash
- 2MP front camera
- WiFi b/g/n
- Bluetooth 3.0
- HSPA + up to 42 Mbps
- 1.5 Ghz dual processor dual core
- 1GB RAM
- Android 2.3 with HTC Sense 3.5
By: t-marco June 19th, 2011
Yes daddies.. happy new day for you ! and now we can clearly see how the new myTouch 4G Slide looks. T-Mobile decided to keep the G-button, almost the same keyboard of the myTouch 3G slide. This new baby will feature 8MP camera, flash, full Qwerty Keyboard, front camera for video chat, Espresso UI,(Gingerbread), same front look of the myTouch 4G. Just few days ago, there were some accessories leaked and the first blurry pictures.
More information soon
Via Android Central
By: t-marco May 31st, 2011
T-Mobile will have an even this June 8th exclusively for showing 3 new HTC (android) phones. Just few days ago, we told you about the road map leaked showing all the phones that will come to T-Mobile this year. One of the most anticipated phones is the new HTC Sensation 4G. The other is the new HTC Doubleshot or myTouch 4G Slide. At the same time, HTC will introduce, the T-Mo version of the Wildfire S running under T-MO 3G and possibly 4G bands.
Now everything makes sense.. T-Mobile is offering the G2 for free until this thursday.. trying to sell as much as they can for the new HTC phones?
By: t-marco May 18th, 2011
Thanks to This is my next … we can see T-Mobile’s plans about what phones will show up this year. T-Mobile is will launch a bunch of phones, even nobody knows about if AT&T acquisition will pass. Lets Start :
T-Mobile will launch the HTC Sensation 4G on June 8th, together with the new Samsung Hawk or Exhibit 4G. Not only those 2 phones will come to T-Mo in June. Back in March, we told you about a new mid range Android phone coming to T-Mobile, this was the Samsung T589, now knows as Gravity Touch 2 or GT2. and now its smart, not like the other Gravities. The GT2 is a midrange device though, a 3.2″ touchscreen, a full physical side-sliding QWERTY keyboard, a 3 MP camera with LED flash, and an 800 MHz processor. The GT2 will run Android 2.2 Froyo when it launches.
T-Mo will launch, also in June 8th another Mobile Hotspot, a 42Mbps HSPA+ mobile hotspot with 802.11n capability and a built-in display. The Huawei E587 “Wayne”
Now, we move to June 15th. Another Samsung, and this time The Galaxy Mini aka Samsung T499 Tass, and on June 29th, Samsung t379 “Triumph” will come as a Gravity 4 (not Android this time).
Wow, what a June.!!
By: t-marco April 28th, 2011
Just few days ago, some information about a new HTC Android phone was leaked. This new phone , called HTC Doubleshot will be an Android Gingerbread-powered WVGA handset with physical QWERTY keyboard coming to T-Mobile.
Not only that, this will be a successor of the myTouch 4G and it will be called by T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide. This strategy is a copy when T-Mo launched the new myTouch 3G slide exactly one year ago.
According to 911 blog leaking the Radio, it will indeed be tied to T-Mobile and will allegedly be the myTouch 4G Slide.
- HTC Sense 3.0
- 3.7 “、WVGA（800×480）、240dpi screen
- Processor 1.2GHｚ CPU
- ７６８MB RAM
- Bluetooth 3.0
- Wi-Fi b/g/n
Stay tuned for more information
By: t-marco February 28th, 2011
T-Mobile keeps fighting and remind everyone that the iPhone 4 ( including AT&T and Verizon ) does not run on 4G networks. T-Mobile has criticized the iPhone 4 for lacking the 4G radios. T-Mobile set up a dedicated website to highlight its HSPA+ smartphones and take a jab at the iPhone, which it notes is a 3G phone.
T-Mobile’s numbers come from a third-party speed comparison of networks in New York City and Atlanta. For the campaign, T-Mobile is pushing its lineup of so-called “4G” handsets, including the Galaxy S 4G, myTouch 4G, and Dell Streak 7.
By: t-marco February 10th, 2011
MSNBC got the chance to play with the new 4G phone, Samsung Galaxy 4G. As you know, the new HSPA+ phone for T-Mobile can reach up to 21Mbps. Thy tested the new Galaxy S 4G against another 4G phones , like myTouch 4G (T-Mobile), HTC Evo Shift 4G ( Sprint ) and iPhone 4 (AT&T) and HTC Inspire 4G(AT&T).
All the phones were tested with the same conditions and same location, using speedtest.net application.
And the winner is ?… T-Mobile and the Samsung Galaxy S 4G (up to 10.34 Mbps) ……,in second place? another T-MO phone the myTouch4G (6.18 Mbps) . Sprint with its EVO Shift 4G got in third place with 3.37 Mbps. Sorry iPhone 4 users ( Verizon and AT&T), you guys are stuck with 3G speeds.
Source : MSNBC
By: t-marco January 10th, 2011
T-Mobile USA announced that users with myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and myTouch Fender LE will be getting an Android 2.2 Froyo update by February 1st.
“Beginning January 12, 2011, the highly anticipated Android 2.2 Froyo operating system will be made available to T-Mobile customers using the myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and myTouch Fender LE via over-the-air update (OTA).
myTouch devices should be fully charged before beginning the download. The Android 2.2 Froyo update will provide a number of benefits, including a new or enhanced home screen experience, new or improved Exchange e-mail integration, and the addition of Faves Gallery.
Note: This update is for myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and myTouch Fender LE customers. Customers using the original myTouch 3G were sent the Android 2.2 Froyo update in staggered waves between October 13, 2010 and December 15, 2010.
The update will be sent to customers using the myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and myTouch Fender LE in staggered waves beginning January 12 and we anticipate all customers will receive it by February 1, 2011.
The timeline for receiving the OTA cannot be expedited. The delivery is being managed by Google and T-Mobile representatives are unable to manually push the software to customers who ask to receive it before February 1, 2011″