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Samsung Galaxy S III Will Include Quad-Core Exynos Processor Says Unnamed Company Executive

With a wild weekend of Galaxy S III rumors, we’re happy to start Monday morning with something straight from a Samsung executive’s mouth. An unnamed Samsung executive spoke to the Korea Times and stated that the Galaxy S III smartphone WILL feature its new quad-core Exynos processor. The Samsung Exynos 4412 chip features four processing cores, 32-nanometer quad-core design with ARM Cortex-A9 cores running at speeds up to 1.5GHz. Perhaps … [read full article]

One More Samsung Galaxy S III Leak For The Weekend

The Galaxy S III news train continues this weekend thanks to the folks at Reddit with yet another bit of supposed information on the Galaxy S III. Tucked away among the U Mad BRO meme collection was the above picture along with a short explanation for said image. According to the Reddit user who says they have a friend that “works” at Samsung, we’ve got a bit of information on Samsung’s … [read full article]

The TmoNews Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G First Hands-On

T-Mobile’s newest Android offering comes in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, their third HSPA+ 42Mbps capable device to hit the market. With a 3.97″ Super AMOLED display, dual-core Qualcomm S3 processor and 4G connectivity, the Blaze 4G will try and to steal attention away from the Samsung Galaxy S II, currently T-Mobile’s highest-end offering. I should first say that this is not a review, it’s barely a preview … [read full article]

(Update) Is This The Samsung Galaxy S III? Will It Be Unveiled May 22nd?

Update: Just as many of you suspected, this very well could be a clever fake. So is this the very first legitimate image we’re seeing of the Galaxy S III? Maybe, no, yes. We honestly don’t know, but it does look more legitimate compared against some of the other rendered images we’ve seen online lately. The screen capture above was discovered on Reddit earlier this morning with almost nothing else, just the … [read full article]

Nokia Says Mobile Hotspot Feature Coming To Lumia 710 Models “Soon”

Nokia has indicated via a FAQ posted on their website that the Lumia Windows Phone device line will receive an update with support for a mobile hotspot feature. The Lumia 710 on T-Mobile released without a mobile hotspot feature, a small disappointment given how useful the feature has become. Nokia says the feature will be added in a future system update, though the timing of such an update was only said to … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Dummy Phones Arrive In T-Mobile Stores Ahead Of Launch

We’re just under a week until the March 21st “select launch” and T-Mobile stores are already receiving their dummy units for display. Thanks to one of our super readers, we’ve got a look at the Galaxy S Blaze 4G dummy phone compared to other Galaxy S devices in T-Mobile’s lineup. It’s true we’ve already seen the Blaze 4G live and hands-on from Barcelona, this time we’re getting a closer look … [read full article]

Did Sprint Try To Establish A Network Sharing Agreement With T-Mobile USA?

So, did Sprint try to set up a network sharing agreement with T-Mobile USA through talks with T-Mobile USA parent Deutsche Telekom? According to a new Wall Street Journal report, the answer is yes. The report indicates the talks went nowhere but considering the whispers and rumors of such a scenario taking place in the aftermath of the failed AT&T deal, we aren’t surprised. Unfortunately, the revelation that talks actually took place comes … [read full article]

T-Mobile Confirms Sidekick 4G Retirement, Says Sidekick Line Will Continue

In a brief follow-up to our story earlier this week on the discontinuation of the Sidekick 4G, T-Mobile sent The Verge a brief statement about the Sidekick 4G. While the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G is being retired, it doesn’t mean we are discontinuing the T-Mobile Sidekick line. T-Mobile continues to update and expand its 4G product portfolio and we’ll keep you posted when we have news to share on T-Mobile’s latest 4G … [read full article]

T-Mobile Shifts Marketing Message To Focus On 4G Network

Yesterday, March 14th marked a shift in T-Mobile’s marketing message away from specific Value Plans and toward its 4G network. Their $49.99 per line message will remain as consumers are responding favorably, but T-Mobile will emphasize more choices at that price as well. They list a few benefits of their new messaging: Allows for better focus on the network and providing value through devices rather than specific rate plans Emphasis on providing a … [read full article]

T-Mobile myTouch 4G And myTouch 4G Slide Set To Receive Small Maintenance Updates

Some quick update details for myTouch 4G Slide and myTouch 4G owners with two maintenance updates beginning today and later this week. For myTouch 4G owners, this small update brings your Android Gingerbread device up to software 2.32.531.1 and begins today, March 15th. This update will continue rolling out through April 15th. This is an over-the-air update which can also be performed manually. The following changes are found within this update: … [read full article]

T-Mobile Named And Awarded As Walmart “Supplier Of The Year”

A big congratulations for our beloved carrier T-Mobile as they have been named Walmart’s 2011 “Supplier of the Year” in both the wireless category and overall entertainment division. T-Mobile was recognized with the retailer’s highest honor for supporting sales growth with the carriers innovative devices and affordable services. It’s nice to see T-Mobile receiving recognition, especially in light of some recent pitfalls in the world of JD Power surveys. Check out the full … [read full article]

T-Mobile Asks FCC To Make All 700MHz LTE Networks Interoperable

T-Mobile has requested that the Federal Communications Commission consider the idea of mandating the interoperability of all LTE networks in the 700MHz band. T-Mobile argues that such a move would encourage LTE roaming and help boost public-safety, which also plans to use the 700MHz band for a nationwide broadband network. Current LTE devices offered by both Verizon and AT&T cannot work on both networks because they use different bands. The interoperability problem comes … [read full article]