By: t-marco February 5th, 2013
T-Mobile keeps releasing new Samsung Phones and now a new one is coming really soon. The new Samsung T599 aka Samsung Galaxy Exhibit (new) aka USA version of the Galaxy S 3 Mini will be available on T-Mobile this March 27th. The new Galaxy Exhibit will be available as a post paid and prepaid and in one color so far : Pebble Gray.
The new Galaxy Exhibit will feature a 480×800 display, 4G HSPA+ but still no words of LTE capable.
More information soon
By: t-marco January 9th, 2013
Neville Ray, T-Mobile’s CTO, just announced , not only T-Mobile USA will launch the new iPhone sometime this year, maybe in 3 months, but also said, that T-Mobile hosts almost 2 million unlocked iPhones running on 3G already in a few places where T-Mobile has deployed 1900 HSPA+ network like Denver, Los Angeles, San Diego, Virginia and Las Vegas.
Raid also said that 100.000 more unlocked iPhones are coming to T-Mobile too. Those iPhones comes from AT&T mostly.
Now with the new HD Voice service, some iPhone users can take advantage of that. The current iPhone 5 supports AMR-WB, the HD Voice codec T-Mobile uses.
By: t-marco December 25th, 2012
FCC just approved a T-Mobile version of the Grand X ZTE. The Grand X has a 4.3-inch IPS LCD display with qHD (960×540 pixel) resolution and a 5-megapixel camera, 3G bands and offers a 1.0 GHz dual core processor. Also has a memory card slot and removable battery.
S0 far T-Mobile or either ZTE announced this phone. Maybe we will see it on the new CES.
By: t-marco May 2nd, 2012
As we expected, T-Mobile just announced a new Huawei phone, the T-Mobile Prism 3G aka Sonic. The Prism features a 3.5-inch HVGA display, 3.2MP camera, and 3G connectivity, and it will be available this May 6th via Best Buy for only $19.99 on a new two-year agreement (and after $50 mail-in rebate). The Prism 3G will be available in 3 colors: Gray, Charcoal and Red. Walmart will offer it after May 9th everywhere else May 23th.
By: t-marco April 18th, 2012
T-Mobile has just made its new “Test Drive” tool available for comparing the speed of “American’s Largest 4G Network” to other guys- Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon. However T-Mobile is not fair. The Magenta company makes the comparison using the SGS II (a 4G Phone ) with the iPhone 4S ( a 3G ). We know already who is going to win.
By: t-marco September 7th, 2011
Few weeks ago, RIM announced the new Curve, the Blackberry 9300 series, and the 9360 will hit T-Mobile in the near feature. T-Mobile is planing to launch it not only as a post paid but also as a prepaid for only US$ 230.00 including tax. The Blackberry Curve 9360 has a classic Blackberry look but thinner, with an exposed QWERTY keyboard beneath the touch-screen. It will feature an 800Mhz mobile processor, 512MB of RAM running on Blackberry OS 7. Other features include a 5 mega-pixel camera, 3G and WiFi support, full QWERTY keyboard and NFC support.
Stay tuned for more information
By: t-marco August 26th, 2011
FCC just passed the new T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II. The new Samsung T989 will have NFC capabilities. As you know the Samsung Hercules, a variant of the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile will be one of the first capable phone to run under T-Mo and AT&T 3G/4G network after AT&T announced that it will buy T-Mobile USA. Now we can confirmed that The Samsung Hercules will have quad band GSM/EDGE and Triband 3G/4G HSPA+ 850, 1700/2100, and 1900.
This beauty will be available soon.
Stay tuned for more information
By: t-marco August 24th, 2011
According with Mactrast, Not only Verizon, AT&T and Sprint are getting the new iPhone 5 ( iPhone 4G) but also T-Mobile as well. The informant, who requested to remain anonymous, went on to claim that the iPhone 5 would also operate at 3G speeds on T-Mobile US network. As you know you can buy an iPhone from AT&T , jailbreak it and unlock it to use it on T-Mobile’s network, or buying an unlocked one from Apple store. However it will only run under 2.5 EDGE T-Mo speed.
T-Mobile USA expects the iPhone 5 to launch sometime in early to mid October, same as the rest of the carriers. The source indicates :
“We expect the addition of the iPhone, and the iPhone 5′s ability to run on our 3G network to make a significant financial difference for T-Mobile.”
Micro Sim cards are ready.. Lets keep our fingers crossed.