By: t-marco January 24th, 2012
AT&T and T-Mobile USA have fill up a file requesting the US FCC for its approval for the proposed $1 billion worth of transfer in wireless airwaves. T-Mobile will receive AWS spectrum from AT&T in 128 markets, a $3 billion cash breakup fee and a seven year UMTS roaming agreement.
T-Mobile has said it needs additional spectrum to keep pace with its larger competitors. It is the only major national carrier with no plan to roll out the faster fourth-generation mobile broadband service known as LTE, and it lost 849,000 contract customers in last year’s first nine months.
Tom Sugrue, T-Mobile’s senior vice president said “This additional spectrum will help meet the growing demand for wireless broadband services,” from a email statement from the Wall Street Journal.
By: t-marco July 8th, 2011
FCC just passed a new Huawei phone , the T-Mobile Sonic. The T-Mobile Sonic is the replacement of the Comet. The T-Mobile Sonic it’s a mid-range device with NFC capability and pre-loaded Gingerbread. At the same time, the Sonic also serves another purpose, helping make NFC mainstream
Here some features:
Key Features :
* OS : Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
* Processor : Qualcomm MSM 7227, 600MHz
* Memory : ROM 512MB，RAM 256MB
* Network Access : HSDPA 7.2Mbps, HSPA +, WiFi and GPS
* Input method : Touch screen
* Browser : Android browser
* Messaging : SMS, MMS & Email (POP3/IMAP/Exchange)
* USB Tethering
* Camera Resolution : 3.2MP FF (Fixed Focus)
* Google Mobile Suite : Google Search, Maps, Calender, Sync, Android Market
By: t-marco January 14th, 2011
FCC just passed the new Huawei U9000 aka Ideos X6 with T-Mobile 3G bands.Huawei U9000 IDEOS X6 is a full touchscreen smartphone from Huawei weighing 143g. It has a 4.1″ TFT capacitive touchscreen display with 16M colors. IDEOS X6 comes with Dual Camera, 5 MP Primary Camera (2592×1944 Pixels) with Auto Focus and Geo-tagging and VGA Camera(640×480 Pixels) for video calling. It is powered by Google’s Mobile OS Android v2.2 (Froyo)
Huawei U9000 IDEOS X6 Features & Specifications:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 1 GHz processor
- Li-ion 1500 mAH Battery
- Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo)
- 4.1 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen
- Touch-sensitive controls
- Internal Memory: 2GB
- External Memory: 32GB
- Music Player with with 3.5 mm audio jack
- Dolby mobile sound enhancement
- 3G HSDPA, 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
- GPS with A-GPS support
- Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
- microUSB v2.0 Port
- Social Networking Services
By: t-marco December 27th, 2010
Just yesterday showed you the first official pictures of the new Dell Streak 7 , aka M02M, hitting T-Mobile USA, in a few weeks. The new Dell Streak 7 as you know, its a 7 ” tablet featuring Android OS, double camera for video calls, and more. Now FCC passed the Dell Streak 7. The interesting part here is the same device will carry, not only the AWS Bands used by T-Mobile, but also 850/1900 3G used by AT&T and all South Americas countries.
That does not mean the Dell Streak 7 will come to AT&T. Probably Dell decided to build it that way so people can buy it unlocked directly from DELL.com
That is a great and interesting feature for this device. I believe AT&T customers are happy to hear that they will have to opportunity to use it running 850/1900 3G bands.
We just hope that the Dell Streak 7 will be capable for HSPA+, so far any documentation on FCC says that. Just HSDPA, WiFi b/g/n, and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR.
UPDATE: according with FCC , the model is Dell Looking Glass Tablet, but the model No. is M02M, same as the Dell Streak 7.
UPDATE 2 : The new Dell Streak 7 aka M02M will have the Huawei EM820U module , and yes, it will feature HSPA+
By: t-marco November 22nd, 2010
The next generation iPad is suppose to arrive early next next, maybe Q1 2011. The new iPad model will run on both the GSM and CDMA based networks around the globe. This would allow the iPad to pick up 3G connectivity with virtually every major phone carrier here in the US, Europe, South America, and Asia
No wonder Rupert Murdoch is teaming up with Apple for an iPad only newspaper called Daily. At only $0.99 cents a week, the global reach of the Daily could be substantial.
Anyway, the next generation iPad with its CDMA and GSM will be capable of running off the 3G networks of T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, here within the United States.
By: t-marco November 4th, 2010
FCC just passed a new Symbian S60 5th edition phone compatible with T-Mobile 3G bands. This is the Nokia C6. With a 3.2-inch HD touchscreen display and a slide out four-row QWERTY keyboard, the new C6 brings the best of messaging together with instant access to your favourite contacts and communications.
Nokia C6 also comes with a five-megapixel camera, support for up to 16GB of storage on microSD and an FM stereo radio. Not one to leave you stranded, the C6 also comes toting Ovi Maps with free walk and drive navigation.
This is the Nokia C6-01 Amercian Version, it will features quadband GSM/EDGE and triband HSPA 850/1700-2100/1900.
By: t-marco September 23rd, 2010
We know that the new Windows 7 phone will hit T-Mobile this holidays according with some accessories list. Now we can tell you more about this beauty coming to T-Mobile. The new HTC HD7 will feature a 4.3-inch WVGA TFT display, 480 x 800 resolution, 1GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 processor, 576 MB of RAM, tri-band HSPA/UMTS 7.2 Mbps radio (900/1700/2100), quad-band GSM radio, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, a-GPS, digital compass, FM radio, 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with dual-LED flash, 1,230 mAh battery.
Those bands are compatible with T-Mobile 3G. We just hope to be one of the first ones to have it.
By: t-marco September 15th, 2010
Rumors about T-Mobile getting the iPhone have been surfing the net for months, .. many months but now that the AT&T will not longer be the exclusive american carrier to have the iPhone , rumors about T-MO and VZW getting the phone are everywhere.
Videotron, a Canadian Wireless company is preparing to launch a new version of the iPhone.. not is the iPhone 5.. its the new iPHone 3GS with AWS 3G bands. According to a company executive vice president, an announcement about a compatible iPhone coming to the carrier should occur “in the coming months”.
“Wired editor-in-chief Chris Anderson noted that he had been informed by a “T-Mobile manager” that the carrier would begin offering the iPhone 3GS (but not the iPhone 4) by the end of this year.”
Well that indicates that there is a big chance that the magenta will carry, finally, an apple device.