Today T-Mobile officially announced the G2x with Google by LG. Expected to be available this spring (around April 20th), the G2x will become T-Mobile’s first smartphone with a dual-core CPU.
“More consumers than ever are turning to their smartphones to stay entertained wherever they are with access to their favorite video games, TV programs ... Read More »
Today Samsung and T-Mobile announced the new Sidekick 4G, which is expected to be available this spring. The popular messaging phone debuted back in 2002 and was originally produced by Danger Incorporated, which was co-founded by Andy Rubin who also co-founded Android and now oversees the development of Google’s mobile platform.
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T-Mobile customers looking for another 4G handset option can now pick up the all new Samsung Galaxy S 4G. In order to be clear, the Samsung Galaxy S 4G is really just a rehash of the original Samsung Vibrant loaded up with Inception and equipped with a new radio chip which allows you to jump ... Read More »
Let me be the first to admit that not everything in my last rumor report came true, but it was pretty darn close. Google unveiled their web-based Android Market and we heard that the music store is finished, but legal wrangling is still holding it up. Today we received another hot tip on HTC’s next big ... Read More »
We had the right date, but the rumored price was wrong. T-Mobile just tweeted that the Dell Streak 7 will go on sale this Wednesday, February 2nd for $199 with 2-year agreement (after a $50 mail in rebate).
The Dell Streak 7 is T-Mobile’s first 4G tablet and features Android 2.2, ... Read More »
Today in Finland, T-Mobile USA and Nokia Siemens Networks announced a new standard called Long Term HSPA Evolution (LTHE?), which promises to deliver speeds of more than 650 Mbps. The proposed key features of Long Term HSPA Evolution were accepted during a meeting of 3GPP group last week and T-Mobile expects it to be available ... Read More »
America’s Largest 4G network just grew a little bigger. Today T-Mobile announced that 8 new metro areas now had 4G HSPA+ speeds including Detroit, Mich.; Grand Junction, Colo.; Harlingen, Texas; Lafayette and South Bend, Ind.; Montgomery, Ala.; Roanoke-Lynchburg, Va. and Youngstown, Ohio.
This now brings the total number of T-Mobile 4G locations to more than ... Read More »
Want to see what the future of T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network looks like? Just head north and check out Canada’s Bell Mobility which is launching the first HSPA+ device that supports maximum download speeds of 42 Mbps.
T-Mobile’s current 4G HSPA+ network tops off at 21 Mbps, but the carrier already announced they would Read More »
Previously we only had renders of LG’s Tegra 2 phone, but thanks to Engadget we now have our first real pictures. Updated specs for this superphone include the dual-core 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 4 inch display, 8 megapixel camera with LED flash, 1080p video capture, front-facing camera, and a ... Read More »
In today’s episode of #4GWARS, T-Mobile and AT&T are having a Facebook fight. Yesterday, AT&T claimed their HSPA+ network was capable of the same speeds as T-Mobile and covered a larger area. T-Mobile responded to AT&T’s claims by issuing a challenge to match their data speeds. Full details after the jump.