Our European readers are already accustomed to having data available on a prepaid basis, and although not competitively priced for the European counterparts, T-Mobile is getting ready to roll-out prepaid
T-Mobile is confirming today what we’d been hearing: wi-fi calling for a range of the Android phones they offer. The two handsets specifically mentioned are the new myTouch and the
Hot on the heels of their new G2 comes another T-Mobile handset with HSPA+ support. Announced as part of the myTouch series of phones, the latest device runs a 1GHz Snapdraogn processor and features a 3.8-inch touch display. Other details include 8GB pre-installed memory card, a 5-megapixel camera with HD video recording, and four color choices.
You may recall that way back in July the folks at AndroidSPIN were able to get their hands on a copy of T-Mobile’s year end roadmap. Among the listed Android devices were two from Motorola. With one handset (Jordan) already accounted for in the Motorola Defy, the other has yet to be figured out. According to Engadget, the Project Begonia phone will be the T-Mobile Cliq 2.
Remember the alleged T-Mobile roadmap that leaked back in July? Some of our readers (and other sites) didn’t think it was legit, while most of us believed it to be
Motorola will be making a special appearance on today’s season premier of the Oprah Winfrey Show. Why? Because they are going to announce the new ruggedized Defy for T-Mobile USA. That’s why!
Thinking about pre-ordering the T-Mobile G2, but still not 100% ready to drop $200 on the phone? What if a retail company were to sweeten the pot and shave $50 off the price? That is exactly what Radio Shack is doing, trying to lure potential buyers.
Getting excited over the upcoming G2 from T-Mobile but don’t want to wait for the pre-order later this month? Head to your local Best Buy and put your name on one. The national retail giant is offering T-Mobile’s next super phone for $199 with a two-year service agreement.
T-Mobile has just pushed out the official press release for the true successor to the groundbreaking G1. Unfortunately, they didn’t drop any actual release date or pricing on us. However,
T-Mobile has confirmed that their next Android handset, the G2, will not be a 1GHz processor after all. But it’s not all bad news as the carrier tells us the phone will be powered by an 800MHz Scorpion.
While looking at the leaked G2 pictures from yesterday, our eagle-eyed Chuck Falzone noticed something hiding in plain sight. One of the icons listed on the home screen for the
We’re less than a month away from the rumored G2 launch (Sept. 29) so we’re not surprised by the recent spate of leaks. This time around, we’re being treated what’s billed as the first “official” images of the T-Mobile handset.
The G2 ROM we broke the other day has been getting some attention this week. Shortly after we posted the article, clever developers and hackers started pulling it apart and searching for hidden goodies.
For the past two years I have had many Android devices, some good some not so good. But what was delivered this week definitely falls into the Good camp. You
Remember that G2 ROM we came across in our RSS reader yesterday? Well, the Android developer community has had 24 hours or so to rip that sucker apart, giving us