T-Mobile not only expands its 4G 42Mbps network around the country. Now it will start offering smartphone that are capable to run up to 42Mbps in theory. Starting during the second half of 2011, T-Mobile not only will start offering the T-Mobile Sonic, an android phone capable to surf at that speed. But also together with HTC, Samsung, and LG , real 4G smart phones will be available. Rumors about the new Samsung phone, aka Galaxy S II aka Hercules, could be the first 4G 42Mbps capable phone.
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
Thanks to This is my next … we can see T-Mobile’s plans about what phones will show up this year. T-Mobile is will launch a bunch of phones, even nobody knows about if AT&T acquisition will pass. Lets Start :
T-Mobile will launch the HTC Sensation 4G on June 8th, together with the new Samsung Hawk or Exhibit 4G. Not only those 2 phones will come to T-Mo in June. Back in March, we told you about a new mid range Android phone coming to T-Mobile, this was the Samsung T589, now knows as Gravity Touch 2 or GT2. and now its smart, not like the other Gravities. The GT2 is a midrange device though, a 3.2″ touchscreen, a full physical side-sliding QWERTY keyboard, a 3 MP camera with LED flash, and an 800 MHz processor. The GT2 will run Android 2.2 Froyo when it launches.
T-Mo will launch, also in June 8th another Mobile Hotspot, a 42Mbps HSPA+ mobile hotspot with 802.11n capability and a built-in display. The Huawei E587 “Wayne”
Wow, what a June.!!
Just today, FCC passed another HSPA+ device, but this time is a Phone. The Huawei U3220 just passed featuring GSM/ EDGE/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+ band IV, and Battery 1150 mAh same that T-Mobile uses in the USA. T-Mobile is planing of launching a bunch of HSPA+ capable phones and probably this one will eventually hit T-Mobile, maybe as Comet 2 or Tap 2?
We will see it soon.
Continuing with T-Mobile’s HSPA+ expansion, FCC just passed, what looks to be, another HSPA+ USB modem for T-Mobile, the Huawei UMG366. Seams like all the UMG Huawei models end it up going to T-MO’s Network. First we had the UMG 1691 aka Web Connect Jet, then UMG 181 aka Web Connect .
Now the UMG 366 will feature HSPA+ is a rotatable USB stick that can reach up to 21mbps. So far, this USB stick does not have a name, maybe Web Connect 4G?. Stay tuned for more information.
T-Mobile.com is on sale offering a few Android Phones for Free. First we have the LG Optimus T, only in Black. The LG Optimus T is an Android 2.2 device with much of the great features that previous versions of Android are unable to access (Voice Actions, Chrome to Phone, etc.). Then we have the T-Mobile Comet, that features 7.2Mbps HSPA, FM radio, integrated Swype, microSD expansion up to 32GB, and 802.11b / g / n, Android 2.2 Froyo; a 2.8-inch QVGA display. Also it is available as a prepaid for less than 200 bucks. And finally 2 Motorola Phones, the Charm in both colors and Cliq XT.
FCC just passed the new Wireless Modem from Huawei, the E583C with 1700/2100 HSDPA T-Mo bands. The E583C converts 3.5G HSPA mobile signal into an umbrella of powerful Wi-Fi coverage, automatically creating safe group Internet access and individual Wi-Fi hot points for up to five Wi-Fi-enabled digital devices. The E583C can also provide simultaneous internet access to a sixth device when it is connected to a laptop computer via a USB cable. Its design is fashionable and handy (with net weight of 90 grams), and comes with a 1-inch color OLED display which can clearly show information such as operator-network details, signal strength, Wi-Fi connection status, and battery level. The E583C enables easy wireless data transmission or online gaming on a wide range of Wi-Fi-enabled digital devices, including iPads, iPod Touchs, netbooks, laptop computers, portable multimedia centers, game consoles, personal digital assistants (PDAs), handsets and digital cameras.
Other features on the device include a microSD slot for storage (up to 32GB) as well as the addition of a 1 inch OLED screen to provide details of connectivity and battery life.
Is this the first wireless modem (mifi) for T-Mobile?
Specifications after the jump
Today FCC just passed the first HSPA+ module for laptops, the new Huawei EM820U. This new module is will feature Quadband GSM/EDGE and dual band HSPA+ 1700/2100. Few months ago, Huawei also launched the first module 3G AWS that now is already built -in Dell Mini 10 already offered by T-Mobile. Now Huawei will give us the first HSPA+ compatible with T-Mobile 3.5 G bands reaching up to 21Mbps.
We just hope now T-Mobile and other laptop brands like Dell, HP and Sony will offer T-Mobile’s HSPA+ built in!.
Stay tuned for more information.