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New T-Mobile Roadmap Indicates Upcoming Device Launch Release Dates

We’ve been wondering all about the Galaxy S Blaze 4G ever since we first got wind of its existence a few hours before the release of the report. Like almost all all the smartphones “announced” at the Consumer Electronics Show, we don’t have a specific date for the Blaze 4G to launch. Or do we? According to this screenshot, we’ve obtained a small piece of T-Mobile’s 2012 roadmap, specifically the first … [read full article]

Nokia Introduces The Television World To The Lumia 710, Only On T-Mobile

Nokia’s first Windows Phone entry in the US market is already on T-Mobile store shelves nationwide and thus begins the marketing campaign. Nokia has a thirty-second television commercial primed and ready to showcase just a tiny amount of what the Lumia 710 can do. Nokia wants to connect you to “The Amazing Everyday” by highlighting the people hub, Nokia Drive and of course the “only on T-Mobile” message at the end. YouTube

T-Mobile G2x Officially Hits End-Of-Life Status

We knew this day would eventually come, and so we prepare to say goodbye to the very first dual-core device in the United States, the T-Mobile G2x. We just receive word that the G2x, internal known as the LG LGP999 G2x met its fate on January 6th, just 5 short days ago. The G2x led a troubled life, with rumored “recalls,” Gingerbread delays and angry customers suffering reboot after reboot. Still, the … [read full article]

(Updated With Clarified Statements From T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray) A Look At T-Mobile’s CES 2012 Booth, The Availability Of The iPhone, And A Look At Carly With Mr TmoNews Himself

Clarification from T-Mobile Regarding iPhone: Comments made by T-Mobile’s CTO, Neville Ray, regarding the evolution of chipsets to include additional bands were misconstrued. Mr. Ray was speaking generally to chipset advancements available to all phone manufacturers. T-Mobile has no knowledge of Apple’s product roadmap and our position on the iPhone has not changed. Yup, after almost 3 years of being a part of the T-Mobile world as the man behind TmoNews, I’m revealing … [read full article]

Nokia’s First Windows Phone Entry In The United States Is Now Available On T-Mobile

Let’s give Nokia a big warm welcome as they make their hopefully triumphant return to the United States with their very first Windows Phone 7.5 device in the Nokia Lumia 710, now available from T-Mobile.com and T-Mobile stores nationwide. Arriving in both black and white for $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a two year contract, we think the pricing for the Lumia is fair, despite the few reservations I [read full article]

T-Mobile Launches New Bobsled Messaging Application, Highlights T-Mobile TV Growth

T-Mobile is about to reinvigorate their Bobsled platform in a big way as they introduce Bobsled Messaging, a service “which provides consumers with effortless communication for free across devices, countries, social networks and mobile carriers…Bobsled Messaging is a free, all-in-one, cloud-based messaging application that allows users to send and receive free individual and group messages with friends and family from any AndroidTM-powered smartphone or tablet, and any web connected, browser-enabled device.” That’s not … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces The Galaxy S Blaze 4G, Expands HSPA+ Network To 12 More Cities

T-Mobile is announcing at CES the addition of its next 4G smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, their third HSPA+ 42Mbps capable smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor running a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU, Super AMOLED display. The Galaxy S Blaze 4G is expected to be available sometime later this year, like most every phone announced at CES. Additional details will follow closer to availability, … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Chief Executive On The Record With The New York Times

T-Mobile’s Chief Executive Officer is on the hot-seat for the folks at the New York Times answering some hard hitting questions about AT&T, T-Mobile USA and the future. T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm insists that T-Mobile will keep the value plans that exchange a lower monthly fee for selling you an unsubsidized device. While many of you have yet to see the benefit of this type of rate plan, given … [read full article]

T-Mobile Highlights T-Mobile TV In New Advertisement

T-Mobile TV is now a staple piece of software included with almost every new smartphone launch and T-Mobile wants to remind you exactly what it can do. Want to watch live sports on T-Mobile TV? Done. “With America’s largest 4G network, fast smartphones and affordable plans, whatever you love will always be there — including live sports on T-Mobile TV.” YouTube

Blackberry Torch 9810 Confirmed For End-Of-Life Status

Consider this just a quick follow-up to yesterday’s early morning post confirming the end-of-life status for the Blackberry Torch 9810. As we said yesterday, we’re not terribly sad or surprised to see it go and more importantly, we’re not sure more than 5 of you will even notice. Still, pulling a phone off the shelf after just eight weeks has to tell Blackberry something about their current state of affairs. Farewell … [read full article]

HTC’s Turkish Facebook Page Posts Details For Ice Cream Sandwich Rollout

It was just two months ago that HTC began to outline its initial plans to deliver Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to some of its key devices. Those devices were the HTC Sensation (4G), HTC Sensation XL and HTC Sensation XE, HTC Rezound, HTC EVO 3D, HTC EVO Design 4G and HTC Amaze 4G. So there we have two high-profile T-Mobile devices on the list as first-run HTC devices to … [read full article]