By: t-marco July 11th, 2012
T-Mobile USA, may offer the new iPhone starting in 2013, Sanford C. Bernstein’s Craig Moffett said. “IPhone availability at T-Mobile USA would likely reduce contract losses at that company, and push Deutsche Telekom U.S. to a net revenue growth position much sooner than the market expects,” Moffett wrote.
With the additional bandwidth T-Mobile plans to upgrade its network to iPhone-compatible 4G HSPA+ by expanding operations in the 1900MHz spectrum. Tuesday’s report is consistent with the carrier’s expansion plans and solves the frequency issues that former CEO Philipp Humm referred to as the “key reason” why the company doesn’t currently offer the iPhone.
Picture thanks by 9to5mac
By: t-marco June 1st, 2012
The Verge just got, what it looks, the T-Mobile Version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. What is curious here is, this is the first time that T-Mobile and Samsung will release a Galaxy phone with a home button, just like the international version of any Galaxy phones. The Samsung Galaxy S III will come in two colors, Metallic blue and Pebble white.
T-Mobile may will be one of the first carriers in the US to launch the device. Still price and date release are still unknown.
Stay tune for more information.
By: t-marco May 11th, 2012
Samsung said that USA will get the new Samsung Galaxy S III in June, but we have heard ( first from CPS) the existence of the Samsung T999, now discovered as one model of the SGSIII. Back in the first weeks of 2012, we looked into the possibility for Samsung releasing a phone with the Samsung T999 for T-Mobile. At the time, we though the Samsung Nexus and not the Galaxy S Blaze 4G, like other made mistakes. It now seems possible that the T999 could be the Galaxy S III as it will come to T-Mobile.
Chances are what you see above being very high in terms of possibilities that we are looking at a Samsung Galaxy S3 for T-Mobile
Now we have another phone coming to T-Mobile , and you heard it here first , this is the Samsung T699. The new Samsung T699, according with the uaprof has the same characteristics of the T999, screen resolution of 720×1280, same processor ARM11, and more.
Stay tuned for more information of the Samsung T999 and Samsung T699
By: t-marco May 10th, 2012
Deutsche Telekom AG, has reportedly been discussing a potential merger with MetroPCS, according to Bloomberg.
Deutsche Telekom is considering a stock-swap transaction that would give the German company control over the combined entity. Other options include an initial public offering or an outright sale of T-Mobile USA, the people said, adding that Deutsche Telekom is also in talks with other companies. MetroPCS has 9.5 million subscribers as of January 2012 and operates the fifth largest wireless network in the United States.
By: t-marco April 17th, 2012
Nokia Lumia 900 is a great new Windows Phone, now just exclusively available on AT&T for only 45 days. According with WMPower User, T-Mobile will get the new Nokia Lumia 900 this summer. Not happy with the Lumia 700, the magenta carrier will ad another 4G Windows Phone. We assume this will run under 42 Mbps HSPA+ network.
Stay tuned for more information.
By: t-marco April 14th, 2012
I bet it is.. Just few days ago, we reported the new Samsung T879 coming to T-Mobile as a some tablet, but now seams that the mystery is getting solved. According with Bluetooth SIG site, the Samsung T879 is related with the Samsung i717 aka Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T.
Not few days ago, Sprint also leaked some information about getting its own variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note called Journal. Now, make sense that T-Mobile will do the same.
By: t-marco March 22nd, 2012
Rumors about leaks , files, and more pictures of the new Samsung Galaxy S III have been surfing the net for a while. Now, PhoneArena got a picture, claimed to be the Samsung GT-i9300. As you can see, it has everything to do with Android and Ice Cream Sandwich, for that matter. It features no hardware buttons and takes advantage of Android 4.0′s on-screen soft buttons. Also applications like S Memo, S Planner, S Suggest indicate that it will be compatible with an Stylus? The Hubs are there, Music Hub and the Readers Hub.
Its difficult to say this is the Galaxy S III but at least it will be some Galaxy..
PS: Why is a black spot on the top left.. what they wanted to hide?
By: t-marco March 17th, 2012
Everything looks like May 22th will be the day that Samsung will reveal the new Galaxy S III. According with this screenshot from webershandwick, a company witch has worked with SAMSUNG for a while, shows clearly the most real SGSIII design.
The design is unlike the first two Galaxy S phones. The display has five icons on the screen near the bottom. The presence of the camera shutter button. Those are a few of point you have to consider before saying this photo is real.
Well, the first leaked picture what apparently seams to be the SGS III. it has a 4.7-inch screel, a ceramic backplate , Stock and TouchWiz launcher, a quad-core Exynos 4412 SoC, Super AMOLED Plus HD screen, 12-megapixel camera, 2,250mAh battery and 8t milimeters in thickness. Here’s the image: