By: t-marco April 19th, 2011
The T-Mobile G-Slate is the most wanted device so far.. the problem? no yet available ( until tomorrow ) and very pricy. However, our friends from BGR, had the tablet and made a nice and constructive review to let us know how is the performance of the G-Slate.
Zach Epstein reviewing for BoyGeniusReport writes: “I don’t see the G-Slate going very far with average consumers. It’s also a bit pricey at $529.99 with a two-year data contract. Honeycomb tablets don’t have much competition yet, but the G-Slate will likely still be near the top of the heap even once more competition begins to trickle out.”
The G-Slate costs $529 with a two-year contract ($750 no contract), available stating tomorrow.
See the full review.
By: t-marco February 28th, 2011
The new Samsung Galaxy S 4G was launched on feb 23th for 199 after 50 mail in rebate. We believe this is a little higher. The Galaxy S 4G is very similar to the existing Samsung Vibrant, a popular Android phone. It has the same 1-GHz Cortex-A8 processor, runs Android 2.2 on a similar 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, and has the same 5-megapixel camera.
Cnet just review the Samsung Galaxy S 4G .
The good: The Samsung Galaxy S 4G has 4G connectivity, a front-facing camera for video calls, and a larger battery. Android 2.2 offers impressive data speeds and good call quality. Other highlights include a rich and vibrant Super AMOLED touch screen and a 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording.
The bad: No camera flash. The Galaxy S 4G has less internal memory than the Vibrant. There was some slight sluggishness with some tasks.
The bottom line: The Samsung Galaxy S 4G is a fantastic Android smartphone for T-Mobile customers, delivering fast data speeds and other improvements, but Vibrant owners should be fine holding off for now.
By: t-marco January 25th, 2011
The Motorola Cliq 2 is the latest android phone from Motorola and T-Mobile. The Motorola Cliz 2 packs all the necessary for potential smart phone.
” The Motorola CLIQ 2 is a fantastic update to the original CLIQ, offering all of the expected features of old with a shiny new coat of varnish. The CLIQ 2 is faster, offers a far better display, and simply outclasses the original in nearly every way.
What it lacks, though, is HD video recording and HSPA+ data speeds. But considering its $100 price point, it’s still a good value for T-Mobile subscribers looking for an Android QWERTY smartphone. The problem is that the HTC-built T-Mobile G2 is also available for that price and offers a sexier design and a sleeker looking user interface.”
By: t-marco July 19th, 2010
T-Mobile launched the new Android phone, Samsung Vibrant this past 15th. Now, thanks to MobileBurn we have an accurate review.
Powered by Android 2.1, the smartphone boasts a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, a 1GHz processor , a 5-megapixel camera with HD video capture and is the first phone with Samsung’s new Smart Life user interface. Other features include FM radio, Bluetooth 3.0 digital compass, WiFi b/n, GPS, 16GB of memory and microSD card slot.
Check more Here
By: t-marco March 22nd, 2010
Our friends from engadget made a review of the new semi-smart phone from Nokia, the Nuron or Nokia 5230 Xpress Music. The Nuron is the first touch screen phone for T-Mobile. This is a mid entry touch screen phone that supports 3G (HSDPA) bands, aGPS (compatible with Ovi Maps 3.0), 2MP camera, and more.
By: t-marco February 4th, 2010
Today, FCC just passed a new phone from HTC supporting AWS 3G bands. This new device is the HTC PB81120. Apparently, it wont have a physical keyboard. We don’t have any confirmation that it will be a Android but we believe it will be a Windows Mobile. The new HTC PB81120 will feature a Quadband GSM/EDGE, dual band HSDPA/HSUPA 1700/2100, aGPS, WiFI b/g. This probably will be a second Windows Phone that T-Mobile would launch after the HTC HD2.
Stay tuned for more information
By: t-marco November 30th, 2009
The Motorola Cliq is the third Android phone in T-Mobile’s lineup. Thanks to a highly customizable user interface and an ambitious Motoblur service, which puts all your social networks, the Cliq is a great smart phone. With a 5-megapixel camera, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a comfortable keyboard and GPS, the Cliq can be a good option of combining a fun with a work phone.
By: t-marco June 24th, 2009
The main thing the PC World folks liked about the Pearl 8120 is T-Mobile’s Hotspot @Home service, which allows customers to place home calls over a Wi-Fi connection. Yes, they’re free, and they even work at other T-Mobile hotspots. Plus, the 2 megapixel camera, SureType keyboard, and multimedia features didn’t hurt.
Here is the ranking.