By: t-marco March 5th, 2013
T-Mobile will launch this March 27th a few new 4G LTE devices, and of of them is the new Samsung Galaxy S III LTE version. The new SGS III will run under 850/1900 GSM/GPRS EDGE, 850/1700/1900 HSPA, Band 4 and band 17 LTE, WiFi bgn and Bluetooth and NFC. T-Mobile uses the band 4 for LTE but AT&T uses the LTE band 17. We believe this phone will work perfectly if you unlock it and and test it under AT&T 4G network.
Now, with the new SGS IV coming, do you think this new update will be an smart move?
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 June 12th, 2012
FCC just passed the new Samsung T879 aka Samsung Galaxy Note T-Mobile version. The new Samsung Galaxy Note will run under 2G data coverage on the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands, 3G on 1700MHz. Additionally there’s also 3G on 1900MHz, which T-Mobile has already started to use in some areas,also the Note runs under 3G on 850MHz. There’s also an NFC antenna on the battery cover. Stay tuned for more information !! .
By: t-marco January 31st, 2012
Well guys.. here is more prof about that the new Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G is around the corner and we believe it will come as the Samsung T769. Why we believe that?.. Does not make any sense that Samsung releases the first and only Android phone made by the Korean company with HD display ( the Galaxy Nexus ) and at the same time, T-Mobile will offer a cheaper phone ( Blaze 4G ) with the same characteristics. Marketing talking, doesn’t work. That leave us that T-Mobile is planing to release 2 Samsung Android phones. One coming really soon and it just passed FCC is the Samsung T769 aka Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G. This phone will come with the same ARM11 processor used on the Galaxy S II and same screen resolution as the Vibrant, but more Brilliant ( Super Amoled Plus ?). WiFi b/g,n, HSPA + 850/1900/1700 and quadband GSM.
And the Samsung Galaxy Nexus T999, still did not passed FCC or even WiFi Certification. Also the T999 will probably carry the same 1.5 dual core processor but definitely will carry and HD display.
As you see, now we have the T769 aka Galaxy S Blaze 4G and T99 aka Galaxy Nexus coming to T-Mobile.
FOR SOME WE REMIND THEM THAT THE EXHIBIT 2 4G IS the T679.. so this phone is totally new one!.
By: t-marco July 19th, 2011
Just today FCC passed the new Bold Touch compatible with T-Mobile USA. Not too far away, FCC also passed the new Bold but with CDMA Sprint version. The new Blackberry Bold Touch will feature a 1.2 GHz processor, 8 GB of onboard memory, 720p HD video recording, dual-band Wi-Fi® b/g/n, a built-in compass (magnetometer) and Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, Blackberry OS 7.0, 5MP camera with autofocus and flash. This phone looks attractive with 2.8 inches display and provide a resolution 640 x 480 Pixels.It is powered by GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and 3G 1700/2100 band IV.
Don’t forget the new Blackberry Bold is rumored to be launched on T-Mobile by August 17th.
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 July 5th, 2011
Everything indicates that this phone the HTC PG76240 aka Marvel will hit T-Mobile soon. Few weeks ago, leaked road map for T-Mobile was revealed showing a bunch of phone coming to T-Mobile including this, a T-Mo version of the HTC Wildfire.
According with the documentation, the HTC PG76240 will include Quadband GSM/EDGE, single band 4 (3G/HSDPA 1700/2100) Bluetooth 2.1 and WiFi b,g,n and HotSpot capabilities. T-Mobile hasn’t announce the phone yet. Probably will do it during the next few weeks.
So that’s about it, this mysterious smartphone now passing through the FCC for approval could possibly be the HTC Marvel for T-Mobile, but without any real evidence of this, it could well be some other HTC handset waiting to hit T-Mobile.
Stay tuned for more information.
By: t-marco June 29th, 2011
This is really interesting. FCC just passed a new HTC PG86300 well known as EVO 3D with AWS 3G bands ( 1700/2100) compatible with T-Mobile USA.
Just recently, HTC announced the availability of the new EVO 3D in Europe. As the original, it will feature 4.3-inch screen, dual 5MP cameras. Sense 3.0, dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM. Really, the only difference here is the inclusion of GSM radio ( 850/900/1800/1900MHz for EDGE, 1700/2100 MHz for 3G), and a few cosmetic changes.
Probably this will be a new HTC 3D phone coming to the USA compatible with T-Mo 3G bands.
Stay tuned for more information.