T-Mobile’s first 4G tablet, the Dell Streak 7 debuts on February 2nd with a lower-than-expected price point. Will you be picking one of these up or are you waiting for Honeycomb?
T-Mobile, following in the footsteps of both Sprint and Verizon, will be dropping the price of their Galaxy Tab this week. Expected to take effect tomorrow, January 26th, the carrier will shave $50 off the price of the 7-inch Android tablet. The cost will now be $249.99 for customers signing a new two-year service agreement.
The Dell Streak 7 looks to be carrying a $330 price tag when it arrives, presumably February 2nd.
Following directly on the heels of today’s acknowledgment, T-Mobile and Samsung have issued a press release to announce the Galaxy S 4G. And really, that’s about all they did. The
The wait is nearly over. According to T-Mobile’s marketing officer, Cole Brodman, the Samsung Galaxy S series Vibrant will start seeing Android 2.2 effective tomorrow. Expected to roll out over
T-Mobile USA CEO Philipp Humm spilled some official beans all over a few recent rumors. It appears that not only is the Vibrant getting its 4G successor, but the carrier is ready to refresh their Sidekick brand.
There might be more to the LG G-Slate than we thought. GPS&Co is reporting that the upcoming tablet will come with a 8.9 inch 3D display (without glasses) and 3D recording capability. Of course, we must take this rumor with a grain of salt, but we can always hope and dream of these features coming to the G-Slate.
As of right now, T-Mobile is offering every one of their Android phones at $99 or lower, with some available for free. The best deal to be had right now is the G2 (FREE) but that’s only for another day or so.
T-Mobile has announced the availability of two new applications today, both designed to help put minds at ease. The first, DriveSmart Plus, helps to prevent texting while driving by changing the behavior of some of the phone’s core apps. The second application announced today, FamilyWhere, can locate almost any phone using the T-Mobile network, providing real-time information as to where the users are
If you’ve been mulling over the idea of picking up a T-Mobile G2, might we suggest you act fast? The carrier has dropped the price on the flagship device to free for a limited time.
T-Mobile has formally opened the doors for a sign-up page dedicated to the upcoming G-Slate. This will be where you get the official news from the carrier as it pertains to the secretive Android 3.0 tablet from LG.
Recently uncovered FCC documents indicate that T-Mobile and Huawei me be working together on another handset. The filing shows the phone to have support for T-Mobile’s AWS bands among other decent sounding specs. The carrier currently offers the Huawei “Comet” as part of their pre-paid stable so this IDEOS X6 could be a potential successor.
Tonight on the Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-cast stream, (wow that is a mouthful) #36 (wait wasn’t #36 last week? NO IT NEVER HAPPENED): You can listen and watch LIVE
To T-Mobile and Samsung that is. Before I launch into my textual rant that has loving become known as “Ray-ging” (thanks to @technogasms), I need to put a disclaimer that
T-Mobile is ready to roll out the latest weapon in the war that is 4G phones and networks. Either they swept into action yesterday afternoon, rounding up all the actors