Deutsche Telekom has called in banking advisers to study a possible multi-billion dollar bid for Sprint Nextel, the third-largest mobile phone operator in the US.
The company’s decision to call in Deutsche Bank comes hot on the heels of the agreed tie-up of its struggling T-Mobile UK business with Orange to create Britain’s biggest mobile phone firm.
Back in March, thanks to BGR, we could see the Road Map Q1-Q3 for Sprint. We saw many new phones coming like the Palm Pre, Samsung Reclaim and more. But this time we have more information about the 2nd Generation of the Instinct, the new Samsung Dash or SPH-M850.
The test have been made by Wired, measuring the 3G performance of the four largest U.S. carriers – AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile involving more than 15,000 users, with about 12,000 of all who signed up found to have taken a valid participation.
We know tha the new Blackberry Tour 9630 is coming for Verizon on July 12th for 199 and Sprint on July 20th. Now just FCC passed the new Blackberry. It features quadband GSM/EDGE, 2100 UMTS and 850/1900 CDMA/ EVDO.
Now FCC just passed the New HTC Rhodium CDMA version. T-Mobile and AT&T have their own, now its time for CDMA carriers like Sprint or Verizon. The slider QWERTY handset just arrived at the FCC. The listing is awfully meager at the moment, but it looks like the model number will be the RHOD400.
The HTC-sourced T-Mobile G1 currently enjoys a monopoly on the Android smartphone market, but that’s quickly changing. In fact, Samsung is joining in on the
Google fun by issuing an Android-powered smartphone to Sprint and
T-Mobile some time next year.