Is T-Mobile next in line to announce an Android 4.0 variant of the 5.3-inch smartphone?
The carrier kicks off a new Magenta Days deal which runs April 25-May 8.
The HTC One S will be the first Android 4.0 and Sense 4 handset to ship in the United States.
The carrier’s popular brand ambassador, Carly, sheds the summer dresses in favor of motorcycle leathers.
We expect to see a price and launch date announced for T-Mobile’s next big Android smartphone.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile are working together to create a national registry of stolen smartphones.
T-Mobile customers can choose from six tones of animated sounds, including wolf howl, train whistle, and the T-Mobile jingle.
Placing the blame on HTC’s shoulders, the carrier indicates the 4.0 ROM does not meet standards.
Stopping short of giving us an expectation of a date, T-Mobile looks to be getting ready to deploy Ice Cream Sandwich.
It’s no secret that T-Mobile will be offering a version of the HTC One S as the carrier has already officially committed to it. What is a secret, however, is
T-Mobile today announced that they are continuing to expand their 4G network into new markets and speed up data connectivity in others. A blog post from CTO Neville Ray tells us that
T-Mobile has officially given the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G a release date, listing the smartphone with a March 21 debut. Interested consumers will be able to go into select
After what started out as an exclusive relationship between HTC and T-Mobile USA, the myTouch series has evolved to include LG. Looking ahead a bit it appears that Huawei is
With all of the official HTC news coming out of Barcelona this week we were pleasantly surprised to learn of a few new rumors. One such leak was that Sprint
T-Mobile USA’s Andrew Sherrard has confirmed that the wireless carrier has dropped plans to build out an HSPA+82 network and has instead opted to focus on LTE. Of course this