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HTC Ville NenaMark2 Benchmark Results Show Impressive Numbers

While yesterdays attention shifted to the Galaxy S Blaze 4G as T-Mobile announced pricing and date with a midnight press release, todays attention shifts back to the upcoming HTC Ville. Thanks to a link to the Ville’s NenaMark2 benchmark results, we’re looking at a very impressive 60.60fps. Yeah, this phone will be awesome. I’m not very fluent with these scores so I’ll rely on our readers to tell me just how … [read full article]

T-Mobile “G4X” On The Horizon? Follow Up To The LG G2x?

Well, what do we have here? Word coming from our friends at PocketNow indicates T-Mobile has the “G4x” on the horizon, an Ice Cream Sandwich-powered Android smartphone. Sporting a 4.7″ 720p display, 8-megapixel camera and 21Mbps HSPA+ data all covered in a sub-nine-millimeter casing. With the name “G4x” floating around, there are obvious references to this device being an LG-ready G2x follow-up. There isn’t a whole lot of supporting evidence otherwise that … [read full article]

T-Mobile Moves To Block Verizon Acquisition Of Cable Company Spectrum

T-Mobile has indicated via fillings with the Federal Communications Commission their intent to persuade the government to block Verizon Wireless from acquiring spectrum from a number of cable companies. In the last few months Verizon has finalized deals to acquire spectrum from Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks and Cox Communications. T-Mobile argues that the Verizon deal would place an “excessive concentration” of wireless spectrum in the hands of one of the … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq 2 Will Receive Android Gingerbread Update…No, This Isn’t A Joke

Oh how I wish it was April Fools but sadly, that’s not the case which makes this article all the more interesting as Motorola announces a Gingerbread software update for the Cliq 2. Seriously, this isn’t a joke as Motorola updated the Cliq 2 forum on their Community website indicating they are looking for 1000 customers to “test and provide feedback on the Gingerbread software upgrade for the Motorola Cliq 2, before … [read full article]

T-Mobile And Samsung Announce Availability For The Galaxy S Blaze 4G

Looks like we didn’t have to wait long for more details on the Galaxy S Blaze 4G our post earlier this evening highlighting the upcoming arrival of accessories heading to T-Mobile stores. Hot off a press release are details courtesy of T-Mobile and Samsung for the 3.97″ Super AMOLED screen Galaxy S Blaze 4G. The Blaze 4G will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and feature a Snapdragon S3 processor with a 1.5GHz dual-core … [read full article]

Newest T-Mobile Accessory Sheet Hints At New Devices, HTC Ville And Huawei Prism Included

Finally…a leak that hints, tips or tells us something about new handsets coming to T-Mobile. The good news is that this sheet verifies the HTC Ville rumor, confirms the Samsung T769 as Galaxy S Blaze 4G and introduces us to the Huawei Prism. Coincidentally, it was just last week that word came down T-Mobile had registered new domains with the “Prism” name attached and voilà, now we’ve got a manufacturer … [read full article]

Which Carrier Has The Nations Largest FourGee Network?

AT&T has launched a new battle in the “4G” marketing wars with their very own claim that they have the nations largest 4G network. AT&T’s argument works to combine their new LTE presence with their HSPA+ network to support the size of their 4G network. AT&T’s marketing efforts began this Sunday and it’s in contrast to both Verizon and T-Mobile also arguing they have the nations largest 4G networks. It’s a little laughable … [read full article]

The T-Mobile G2 Is Back On T-Mobile’s Website, Perfect Backup Phone Purchase

Judging by your Twitter feedback, the T-Mobile G2 has been back on the T-Mobile website for at least a few weeks and yet we’re just noticing it. I’m guessing I need to spend more time each week checking the phone directory on T-Mobile’s website. No matter how long it’s been back on the site, it appears that many of you were unaware the T-Mobile G2 had resurfaced and at $199.99 off-contract, it’s … [read full article]

Dear T-Mobile, Please Bring Multiflow To Your Network, Thank You

Nokia Siemens has announced they are showing off the next evolution in HSPA+ technology at the Mobile World Conference next week in Barcelona. Currently called “HSPA+ Multiflow,” this service allows mobile devices to connect to two cell towers simultaneously helping connectivity. Multiflow’s connection to a second tower can make sure a mobile device is connected to a second tower when signal begins fading and could also lead to greatly increased data speeds. … [read full article]

T-Mobile Connection Manager OTA Update Improves Software Performance

T-Mobile’s Mobile Broadband users should be on the lookout for a new OTA update for Connection Manager that began going out on February 14th. This update upgrades the connection manager from version 2.05 to 2.06 for the Jet 2.0 and improves software and device performance for the Rocket 3.0. The following legacy devices may also receive the OTA: Dell Mini Netbook Jet Rocket Rocket 2.0 USB Laptop Stick Improvements: Improved software performance Improved … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Official Response To Todays JD Power Announcement

While T-Mobile can take pride in achieving the top spot in the JD Power Wireless Purchase Experience survey 11 out of the last 15 times, a fourth place finish this time around is clearly disappointing. After the J.D. Power press release went out, T-Mobile released their own brief statement touching on their efforts to improve the wireless purchasing experience once they began to see customer happiness decline. Along with their official statement … [read full article]

T-Mobile Acquires Domain Registrations For Upcoming “Prism” Device?

Here’s an interesting rumor for today…and I emphasize rumor with a capital R-U-M-O-R. According to Fusible, T-Mobile is working on a new smartphone called “Prism,” if recent domain registrations are to be believed. The new device part of this is truly speculation however, as T-Mobile counsel registered the domain names through MarkMonitor, an internet brand protection company on November 21st, 2011. T-Mobile originally filed for the Prism trademark back in 2009 and … [read full article]