Not only T-Mobile is rolling out its 3G Network rapidly, but also, is going to launch new great phones this year. Just few days ago, T-Mobile just launched the new Samsung T239… not a big deal. but What else is coming? and When?
Here we have the list and a new panel with model/names and launch dates. (click on the picture)
SE CS8 06.24.09
HTC Dash 3G/Snap 07.01.09
SE CS5 07.08.09
Samsung t469 “Smiley” 07.15.09
Samsung t549 “XO” 07.15.09
Samsung t559 07.15.09
HTC Touch Pro2 07.22.09
Samsung t749 07.22.09
HTC myTouch/G2?/Magic July 09
BB Curve/Gemini 8520 July 09
Samsung t659 08.19.09
Samsung Spark Aug 09
Scarlet Aug 09
Motorola Morrison Oct 09
SE Elle T707 Oct 09
HTC Touch Pro2 (aka T-Mobile Wing 2)
- 3.6 inch High Res screen with slide out QWERTY keyboard– a great touch screen which, if it’s anything like the Touch Pro’s– and we assume this one’s much better– means you’re in for a great device. And like the older AT&T Tilt, the touchscreen tilts up- very cool.
- T-Mobile 3G
- Windows Mobile 6.1, with the ability to upgrade to the new Windows Mobile 6.5 later on– Good OS, and you can add apps and customize it pretty well. Windows Mobile 6.5 adds an official App Store (called Windows Marketplace for Mobile), a new homescreen and an improved mobile Internet Explorer web browser among other things. Windows Mobile 6.5 should be out later this year, and we’ll cover it more when that time nears. HTC also puts YouTube, Opera, and Facebook apps included on the phone, and they even throw in a cool, fun game called Teeter which uses the phones’ accelerometer (reorients the screen according to holding position-think iPhone) and you use it to move a ball into a hole. It’s better than that just sounded– trust me.
- 3.2 Megapixel camera with flash and auto focus
HTC Magic (aka T-Mobile G2)
Wow a lot of T-Mobile’s phones are rumored to come from HTC! Now this phone is a little more mysterious. As we mentioned before, this is the next Android handset rumored to arrive to T-Mobile. Unlike the first T-Mobile Android phone, the T-Mobile G1 (out now for T-Mobile, you can find out more here), this phone is all touchscreen, kinda like the iPhone and Blackberry Storm for AT&T and Verizon respectively.
Samsung XO is a clamshell GSM featuring QWERTY keyboard, camera, color display, Bluetooth, music player and microSD slot for memory.
Maybe the Gravity 2 is a side-slider GSM featuring QWERTY keyboard, camera, color display, Bluetooth, music player and microSD slot for memory.
HTC Snap is a quad-band GSM smartphone with HSDPA support. It features landscape oriented QVGA screen, 2MP camera, GPS, Wi-Fi and QWERTY keyboard. It runs Windows Mobile Standard 6.1 and is powered by 528 MHz processor.
Sony Ericsson CS8
CS8 is no other phone but the C905, only redesigned in order to work on T-Mobile’s AWS 3G band. It is a high-end 8MP slider with a Xenon flash that incorporates everything a modern user would want: a GPS receiver, Wi-Fi (without UMA) and a 3G connectivity, on top of a quad-band GSM support.
Sony Ericsson CS5
CS5 is no other phone but the C903, only redesigned in order to work on T-Mobile’s AWS 3G band. It is a high-end 5MP slider with a Xenon flash that incorporates everything a modern user would want: a GPS receiver, and a 3G connectivity, on top of a quad-band GSM support
Stay tuned for more information