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Will The Hercules Be The T-Mobile Equivalent Of The Galaxy S 2?

After yesterdays report of the Samsung Hercules demigod like specs plenty of our astute readers wondered if this wasn’t the T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy S 2. Or perhaps it isn’t a variant but is the device we are receiving in lieu of a Galaxy S 2?While we continue to believe that the Galaxy S 2 has undergone internal testing we now believe it has been passed over for the Hercules. Providing further evidence that … [read full article]

Samsung Hercules Is T-Mobile’s Version Of Infuse 4G?

The boys over at Thisismynext.com are running quite the scoop with codename “Samsung Hercules.” With a possible arrival date of August this one has some time to mature but the Thisismynext crew has quite the spec breakdown: 4.5″ 480 x 800 Super AMOLED Plus display Android 2.3 NFC Support 42Mbps HSPA+ capable (category 24 HSDPA and category 6 HSUPA) AWS plus 850/1900 MHz…they claim support for AT&T’s 4G will be here if the … [read full article]

Nokia N9 Teaser Ad Appears, 12 Megapixel Camera In Tow

Hey Wilma, this one’s for you as the Nokia N9 get’s a :52 second preview showing off the slide-out QWERTY keyboard, touchscreen and 12 megapixel camera! If there is one thing Nokia does consistently well it’s bring some of the best cameras into the mobile space. The Nokia N9 recently passed the FCC with on board support for T-Mobile AWS bands leaving hope that this device could make its way stateside. In any event, the N900 … [read full article]

T-Mobile Launches Phone Trade In Program

T-Mobile is introducing a retail Trade-In program aimed at giving customers a “cost-effective way to purchase a new phone and upgrade to America’s largest 4G network.” T-Mobile customers with existing handsets will be able to earn money that can be used toward the purchase of a new handset especially those running on T-Mobile’s 4G network. Customers can earn up to $300 with the trade in of their old devices, even devices that belong … [read full article]

AT&T/T-Mobile Place Last In Consumer Satisfaction

The American Customer Satisfaction Index has scored AT&T and T-Mobile as the two lowest ranked wireless carriers when it comes to happy customers. One time last place carrier Sprint is now the highest ranked tied with Verizon. Sprint and Verizon both rate a 72 for for customer satisfaction in the ACSI survey which polled 8,000 households in the first quarter of 2011. T-Mobile scored a 70 down from a 73 last year and … [read full article]

T-Mobile Set To Revamp All Rate Plans On May 22nd

We’ve been eyeing May 22nd for a few days now expecting T-Mobile to change up their family plan lineup and as of yesterday evening we learn that day will also see them changing up their cellular phone data plans. We’ve since learned that T-Mobile will in fact being doing a revamp of their entire rate plan lineup including both new Individual and Family Plan rates. The new Individual plans will mirror … [read full article]

T-Mobile Introducing New Data Plans For Phones

Looks like T-Mobile is preparing some major changes to their current rate plan lineup with new Family Plans and now, new data plans for phones. The new data plans will start on May 22nd and bring along four new options: $10 for 200MB $20 for 2GB $30 for 5GB $60 for 10GB These changes bring absolutely no overages to T-Mobile customers although customers will be dropped to 2G speeds when they hit … [read full article]

(Updated: Engineering Problem!) T-Mobile Blocking 3G Video Chat On Nexus S/G-Slate

Update: As it turns out the folks over at AndroidPolice had already discovered this problem a few days back and the trouble is due to engineering resource constraints. Due to such engineering constraints T-Mobile blocks the specialized P2P mode that Google uses to connect video chats. Nexus S owners have been hit with some disappointing news with the arrival of Android 2.3.4 which gives them the above error … [read full article]