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T-Mobile Picks Up “SnapPad” Trademark, New Tablet Incoming?

The US Patent and Trademark Office has often been a source of upcoming T-Mobile secret codenames and with the recent discovery of the “SnapPad” trademark we’re asking more questions. The trademark itself is meant for tablet computers along with T-Mobile picking up a number of domain names like T-MobileSnapPad.com and .net. We should note that it was back in December of 2010 that T-Mobile trademarked the “G-Slate” name which we … [read full article]

Samsung “Exhibit 4G” Hitting T-Mobile Soon?

What’s this I see before us? The Samsung T759 running Android 2.3.3 on T-Mobile? I believe this phone will hit T-Mobile shelves as the Samsung “Exhibit.” We don’t know much about the phone but our ninja said he expected the Exhibit to sport a 3.7″, 480 x 800 AMOLED display and is running Gingerbread 2.3.3 as the image shows. Rumored but unconfirmed specs include a 1.4GHz ARM11 processor, 5 megapixel camera with 720p … [read full article]

Samsung 10.1″ Galaxy Tablet Coming The Magenta Way?

We’ll classify this one with the usual “rumor alert” status  but if the Samsung 10.1″ Galaxy Tab sign up page is any indication as to which carriers are set to receive the tablet, T-Mobile is on the list. Whether or not this sign in sheet is a glimpse at carriers that will be offering the device or something else is anyones guess at this point. Guess we’ll find out soon enough! Samsung[read full article]

HTC Sensation, Doubleshot Arriving First, HTC Marvel Coming After?

While so much attention rests of on the HTC Sensation, the next question is what comes after the Sensation and the Doubleshot? As it turns out, the HTC Marvel, better known as the Wildfire S (2) is rumored to be on T-Mobile’s HTC Android plate. A budget Android phone with a 3.2″ screen and 800 MHz snapdragon processor, the Marvel will find itself as a mid-range HTC Android handset to complement … [read full article]

Blackberry Announces Blackberry Bold Touch 9900

For any Blackberry fans, the announcement of the Blackberry Bold 9900 at Blackberry World this morning in Orlando will hardly come as a surprise. The Bold 9900 has been discussed quite a bit in recent months and even made a cameo appearance on Blackberry’s website accidentally a few day early. As Blackberry does so well with their devices the Bold 9900 will have a GSM variant that will support UMTS bands 1,4 … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Carry Samsung Galaxy S 2?

If we were to take a straw poll as to what already announced Android phone T-Mobile customers want to see on the Magenta network, the Galaxy S 2 would undoubtedly be at the top of the list. With that in mind we might have some good news. First comes the above picture which comes courtesy of Adobe.com and while it’s a little tough to make out, a little zooming in magic shows … [read full article]

HTC DoubleShot Coming In Three Colors, HTC Flyer Arriving Early July?

Coming off of yesterdays HTC DoubleShot report is a tipster stepping in and telling us the device will come in not one, not two but three colors and is likely a myTouch Slide 4G successor. Given the name doubleshot and the likelihood with which T-Mobile gives the myTouch line coffee based codenames we’re inclined to believe this is a very real possibility. Of course this is a strict rumor … [read full article]

(Updated) HTC DoubleShot Confirmed As Qwerty Slider?

Update: Nick from HTCSource just made an interesting observation whereas the original myTouch Slide has a 600MHz processor and the “Double”Shot is alleged to have a 1.2 GHz processor. That would be “double.” Coincidence? For those of you who like to follow device releases by codename, the DoubleShot may be next great QWERTY slider for T-Mobile. When we first broke the news of the DoubleShot codename we were … [read full article]

Apple Testing iPhone 4 For T-Mobile USA?

Is this? Could it be? Is it real? That’s right, the above images provided to BoyGeniusReport by famed iPhone hacker Chronic show that Apple is testing an iPhone 4 with T-Mobile compatible AWS frequencies. The internal model is N94 which references the N92 Verizon Wireless Model and the standard GSM model as N90. The actual iPhone pictured is running a test version of iOS as it includes internal apps such as Radar … [read full article]