As T-Mobile continues to prepare their LTE network for consumer use, its handsets are being updated with the appropriate firmware to take advantage of the LTE-capable radios already on board. Today, an update for the T-Mobile branded Samsung Galaxy Note II is being pushed out that does just that.
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Almost one year ago, in May of 2012, it was revealed that T-Mobile and MetroPCS were in talks to form a merger, shortly after a merger between T-Mobile and AT&T fell through. It took roughly five months for both companies to sign off on the deal, and since October, we’ve been waiting to hear if ... Read More »
Today has been a great afternoon for T-Mobile customers. Not only has T-Mobile announced that the Nexus 4 will be available in all retail locations in the coming weeks, but the Nexus 7 3G is now available in the Google Play store with a T-Mobile sim card. And the second city slated to get Magenta’s ... Read More »
This summer T-Mobile announced a $4 billion network evolution plan as they prepared to transform their network to offer nationwide LTE service in 2013. One major part of this plan included the launch of 4G HSPA+ service on the 1900 MHz band. This was a significant move because the 1900 MHz band is the ... Read More »
Just over a month ago at IFA 2012 in Berlin, Samsung announced the Galaxy Camera: a full-on 16-megapixel digital camera powered by Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. At the time of its unveiling, it was made clear that the Galaxy Camera would be stocked by carriers, but specifics on pricing, contracts and data plans ... Read More »
T-Mobile has officially released its three latest smartphones for purchase today. The Samsung Galaxy Note, new myTouch, and new myTouch Q are available online now for $249 and $49 respectively.
With the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note II right around the corner, T-Mobile has just released ... Read More »
Did Google just out the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus as the first device to get Jelly Bean (which is apparently coming “soon”), confirm that it will indeed by Android 4.1 (not 5.0) and give us a small, blurry look at what to expect with the next major update? Yes, yes and it looks like yes.
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If you pay attention to the different ad campaigns that AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon keep in their everyday arsenal, chances are you’ve heard every single one claim they have the fastest network on the block. Whatever they use to calculate those claims, it doesn’t always translate into real world use for every individual on ... Read More »
When the Android community puts their minds to something, it gets done. Putting Android on devices that don’t support the OS (like the HP TouchPad)? Done. Getting updates out to unsupported devices (that supposedly can’t run the latest versions of Android), and beating manufacturers to the punch with devices that are supported? Double done. Getting ... Read More »
Andy Rubin isn’t the only one spilling his guts to reporters at Mobile World Congress this week. T-Mobile USA’s Andrew Sherrard also spent a moment talking about the future of the company he works for, confirming that once T-Mobile finishes rolling out its 42Mbps HSPA+ network, they’ll be skipping straight to Read More »