T-Mobile Rumor Roundup
We’ve got a handful of Android handset rumors to pass along that come to us courtesy of a TmoNews tipster.Â The carrier shows no signs of letting up in terms of Android support as the next couple of months come in to focus.
First up, the myTouch Slide seems a lock for a May 17th release.Â The phone is expected to come in red, white, and black which is exactly how the first myTouch 3G was launched.Â Up next, the Motorola Zeppelin.Â Up until now, we were under the impression this CDMA/GSM world phone was a lock for China.Â According to TmoNews, this one will be landing stateside March 10th.Â The Zeppelin has a 3.7 inch touchscreen, HDMI output,Â 5mp camera, wifi, 3g, gps, video recording, ambient light sensor and more.
And finally, the slightly tweaked myTouch 3G v1.2 sounds as if it will be here February 10th.Â The difference in the phone appears to be the inclusion of a 3.5mm headphone jack.
You might also like
Cult of Android has reported that Spotify’s service will not support Google Cast. If you haven’t heard of Google Cast, it was released earlier at CES on January 5. Cast essentially
Merchants and consumers rejoice! The Google Checkout Blog is reporting this week that merchants can now create a QR code containing the information for the items a customer wants using
Yota Devices, the company behind the dual-display smartphone experience, has announced a second-generation device at Mobile World Congress. Key among the differences from the first model is that both the