By: t-marco June 1st, 2011
UPDATE: NO T-MOBILE, because 3G bands are 850/1900, seams that this phone will come to AT&T.. we told you so!!
UnwiredView has some rumors about a new Sidekick will come to T-Mobile. As you know Sharp was the exclusive brand for the original Sidekicks (already dead), after Samsung took the wheel and launched the new Sidekick 4G, the first Sidekick running Android OS.
Now, seams that Sharp is back. According with UnwiredView, the new smartphone features a 3.2 inch HVGA touchscreen display, GSM / WCDMA connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a photo camera , full QWERTY keyboard, and it will come to T-Mobile USA soon…. but what about AT&T? Don’t forget that the latest Sharp phone in North America was the FX exclusively for AT&T.
By: t-marco May 30th, 2011
If you are an owner of the original Sidekick, try to get all the juice you can today and tomorrow.. Why?.. remember that T-Mobile, will shut down Sidekick services May 31st due to new model and new IO Android phones. T-Mobile also will offer you the best deals to switch to the new Sidekick 4G running Android 2.2.
Remember folks .. try to upgrade before you phone become useless tomorrow pass midnight
Here the official statement from T-Mobile
“We want to remind these customers as of May 31st, data services will no longer be available on Sidekick devices with the Danger Service, and ensure they understand their current options. Sidekick customers will still be able to place phone calls and send text messages but will not be able to access the Internet, send or receive e-mail, or access personal data on the service directly from the phone (contacts, photos, calendar, notes, to-do lists, etc.); personal data on the phone as of May 31st will remain, so long as the battery is not removed or completely drained – if either occurs, all personal data on the device will be discarded.”
Customers can still take steps to move to a new device by calling T-Mobile Customer Care. After May 31st and through June 30th, customers can still export their personal data directly from the Sidekick service through our enhanced Web tool on myT-Mobile.com, even though they can no longer access their data on the service directly from their device. After June 30, 2011, the Sidekick datacenter will be permanently closed and all data deleted to protect customer privacy.”
By: t-marco April 19th, 2011
Yes folks, T-Mobile is planing to releases its new Android Tablet, the new G-Slate.. The G-Slate will be available tomorrow April 20th for 529.99 after 100 bucks mail in rebate. At the same time, the Sidekick 4G will be available f0r 99.99 after 40 mail in rebate. Those prices are with 2 years contract. However if you want to buy these devices without a contract you will have to break your piggy bank. The G-Slate will cost 749.99 and the Sidekick 379.99.
Stay tuned for more information and don’t forget to sign up in the G-slate page to get a discount.
By: t-marco April 5th, 2011
T-Mobile just recently announced that it is lighting up 10 more cities in the United States with HSPA+ 4G speeds today and the company says that its network now is in 167 markets and reaches more than 200 million people across the world. The carrier also announced that it will be doubling the speeds of its 4G network in Las Vegas, New York and Orlando, Florida at some point this year up to 42 Mbps.
The 10 cities that now have access to HSPA+ speeds are:
- Ames, Iowa
- Anderson, Ind.
- Battle Creek, Mich.
- Benton Harbor, Mich.
- Jackson, Mich.
- Fort Collins-Loveland, Colo.
- Lawrence, Kan.
- Manhattan, Kan.
- Springfield, Ill.
- Wichita Falls, Texas
By: t-marco March 23rd, 2011
T-Mobile has just announced that it intends to double the theoretical download speeds of its DC-HSPA+ network from 21Mbps to 42Mbps in 25 markets by June 2011.
The first lucky cities are Las Vegas, New York and Orlando; these networks have been upgraded with immediate effect. They will be ‘closely followed’ by Chicago and further expansion of the New York network into Long Island and Northern New Jersey. By mid-year, T-Mobile estimates that around 140 million Americans in 25 different markets will benefit from increased transmission speeds.
By: t-marco March 15th, 2011
Today T-Mobile the new generation of Sidekick , this time running Google Android OS and made by Samsung.The new Sidekick 4G will be loaded with a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, 800×480 display, dual cameras but no flash ..why? , and a large slide-out keyboard. It also runs on T-Mobile’s new high-speed 4G data network up to 21 Mbps.
The new device includes Sidekick Group Text and Cloud Text messaging applications. Group Text lets users engage in group text conversations. Cloud Text lets users text with friends or groups across PCs and the Sidekick 4G.
The Sidekick 4G includes a VGA front-facing camera and T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik. The Sidekick 4G also features a physical jump key that lets customers switch between live apps during a phone call, or assign keyboard shortcuts.
The Sidekick 4G is due out this summer, though no official release date or price has been announced.
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By: t-marco March 1st, 2011
T-Mobile announced that T-Mobile’s Sidekick Danger Services will be shutdown on May 31, 2011. That means, that the new Sidekick 4G will come around those dates or before.
After May 31, 2011, the Danger Service (a subsidiary of Microsoft) used by T-Mobile Sidekick customers for data services will no longer be available on Sidekick devices.
T-Mobile will provide offers for our Sidekick customers before May 31, 2011, to help make an easy transition from their existing Sidekick device to a new device. We will have more information to share about these offers with our customers in the weeks ahead.
To ensure the best possible transition for our loyal Sidekick customers, an enhanced Web tool is available on myT-Mobile.com to easily export their personal data, including contacts, photos, calendar, notes, to-do lists, and bookmarks, from the Danger service to a new device, computer, or a designated e-mail account. An application is also available in the Sidekick Catalog to make it easy to export personal data to the Sidekick’s memory card. Many T-Mobile stores can transfer data from that card to a new T-Mobile device if the customer brings in the memory card and Sidekick.
By: t-marco February 16th, 2011
T-Mobile has just posted a sign up page for its new 4G device, this time, the completely new Sidekick 4G. A while ago, we though that the Sidekick Name was dead. However, T-Mobile is picking up the towel and launching a new phone , made by Samsung, running Android 2.2.1 OS, and compatible with T-Mo’s 4G HSPA+.