By: t-marco December 10th, 2010
Its Friday and T-Mobile just gave us some great news coming in 2011. The magenta company had announced that will carry, next year, a few HSPA+ tablets. TMO has not mention either when they will be available or what OS will be running. We believe some will run Android, Windows 7 or maybe iOS ( remember the new iPad 2 coming next year with AWS 3G bands). Maybe this beauty will land on T-MO soon. Cross your fingers.
“T-Mobile is working closely with the majority of our OEM partners to deliver 4G products by integrating HSPA+ into roadmaps in 2011 as the dominant global standard. Consumers will continue to see HSPA+ fuel future innovation in a variety of mobile consumer electronics from smartphones and tablets to emerging devices. T-Mobile will continue to be at the forefront of wireless innovation, delivering an aggressive 4G product lineup in 2011, including 4G tablets.”
By: t-marco October 5th, 2010
Finally, the app that all Android user were waiting for.. Now Skype is not longer exclusive with Verizon Wireless. Skype just launche its Android application only compatible with Android OS 2.1 and higher. In the USA making calls are only allowed using WiFi, while in the rest of the world you can do it using 3G, just becareful with how many MB you are using.
I have been testing Skype in my Samsung Galaxy Captivate and works great. Clear and fast.
Thanks skype. This is the application i was waiting for after switching from iOS to Android.
By: t-marco July 22nd, 2010
Seams like the new HTC Vision aka Vanguard will be coming this summer. According with T-Mobile USA official Twitter account, the magenta company will offer its first HSPA+ phone this summer. This is big, just few days ago T-Mobile announced its HSPA+ network reaching speeds up to 21Mbps. Unfortunately there is not phone to handle that speed. No until this summer that T-Mobile will offer its first HSPA+ phone, possibly the HTC Vision/Vanguard.
More information will be reveled in the next few weeks.
By: t-marco January 23rd, 2010
BRG got the first picture of the new Android phone from HTC, The Supersonic, but that is not the only news here. Apparently, it will run Android 3.0. Another little detail… it is on T-Mobile’s network. Thanks to CPS, we were digging and we got a little more information about the new HTC Supersonic.
It will feature quadband GSM/EDGE and HSPA, screen size 480 x 800, same as the Samsung T949 (Memoir 2?), completely touch screen and not physical keyboard, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, aGPS, camera still unknown.
We will keep trying to find more information about the new HTC Supersonic. Stay tuned.
By: t-marco October 9th, 2009
Motoblur, Motorola’s social network exclusive available only on the Motorola Cliq, is the key feature for the new Android phone from Motorola. Seams that Motoblur can also be installed ( not officially ) to other Android phones, like T-Mobile G1.
By: Lee October 1st, 2009
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By: t-marco September 29th, 2009
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.
By: t-marco September 29th, 2009
Today the Wi-Fi Alliance just passed a certification for only one but 2 different versions of the new Android Phone LG Eve, that also responds to GW620. The new LG phone powered by Android, will feature WiFi, Bluetooth 2.o and more.