By: t-marco May 25th, 2010
The new Android phone of HTC, the myTouch Slide 3g will be available this June 2nd, however, Walmart is offering pre-orders of the new smartphone for T-Mobile. The price? 129.99 and it will be yours probably before June 2nd.It will come with an 8GB micro SD card. Also the website says it will feature UMA.
Will the myTouch Slide will be the first Android phone with UMA capabilities?
The T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide adds a great addition to the solid myTouch franchise manufactured by HTC and available on T-Mobile. The myTouch 3G Slide not only increases the size of the touchscreen interface to 3.4″ but introduces a sliding feature that reveals a full physical QWERTY Keyboard.
The T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide hardware is further enhanced with an optical track pad and 5.0 MP Camera with Flash and if you’ve been looking forward to the latest version of Android – look no further, you’re T Mobile myTouch 3G Slide will be running Android 2.1 the day you take it out of the box. Available in Black, Red and White.
By: t-marco July 29th, 2009
Today we we received a big surprise from our mobile-phone-testing friends in the government, the FCC. They like to test out our phones to make sure that the radiation emitted isn’t at a dangerous level. They also like publishing these results, which often times provides us with great info on upcoming devices! Today, CPS was the first to discover a new Motorola phone that has passed the FCC filters with T-Mobile 3G bands (1700/2100). This devices the first from Motorola that will be compatible with T-Mobile’s 3G bands.
By: T-Marco April 5th, 2009
Our friends of BGR claimed there will be 2 new Blackberry devices coming to T-Mobile soon. The first one is the Blackberry Driftwood. The Blackberry Driftwood could be the first Blackberry 3G capable for T-Mobile’s 3G Network. At the same time, the Driftwood will feature WiFi-UMA capable.
By: Shawn March 18th, 2009
Recently the blogisphere lit up with Nokia’s announcement of their 3 new devices, the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic, the 5030 XpressRadio, and the 5730 XpressMusic. Yesterday we were able to confirm that the Nokia 5330 is heading T-Mobile’s way near the end of Q2, and we are thrilled to say that today we have what looks like a confirmation that the other two Nokia Music phones will also be heading to T-Mobile shelves.
By: T-Marco February 13th, 2009
After the success launch of the new Blackberry Curve 8900, TMobile has just decided to drope again the price of the Blackberry Pearl Flip, and this time is not only 49.99, after 100 dollars mail in rebate.
By: T-Marco February 10th, 2009
Today, Engadged posted a new leaked price of the Blackberry 8900 coming for T-Mobile. We know that the new Curve 8900 will be available on Feb 11th. We’ve known the specs, details, weight, and more, but this is the first time we have solid information on what price we should be seeing.
By: T-Marco February 6th, 2009
Today T-Mobile and Meru Networks announced a new enterprise offering that resembles its Hotspot @Home service. Businesses that use T-Mobile’s wireless service, but have poor indoor coverage, can take advantage of T-Mobile’s UMA technology for improved indoor coverage.
By: T-Marco January 29th, 2009
Released for T-Mobile, the Samsung T339 Charcoal a T-Mobile HotSpot @Home service, seamlessly connecting users to a home Wi-Fi connection or T-Mobile HotSpot – saving them minutes and money. Fallowing the Sony Ericsson TM506 Scarlet, T-Mobile just launched