Tag Archives: Android

T-Mo HTC One M9 gets minor software update with camera improvements

Yesterday, T-Mobile started rolling out a minor software update for the new HTC One M9 to improve its camera and BlinkFeed among other “user experience improvements”. This update comes after the manufacturer announced that it would be fixing its camera performance with new software soon. And for those who have an M9, this comes as welcome news. If you haven’t already seen the update arrive on your phone, check the settings manually for … [read full article]

Galaxy S6 Edge and HTC One M9 more popular than S6 among TmoNews readers

Back on March 27th, we published a poll as pre-orders kicked off for three new devices. Those were – of course – the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and HTC One M9. Most who ordered their new smartphones on opening day will more than likely have received their shiny new gadgets by now. And so it seemed a good time to look back at the poll and see which devices you – … [read full article]

T-Mobile quietly discontinues Sony Xperia Z3

Sony just can’t seem to catch a break in the mobile market. Whether it’s because people are no longer excited by the brand, or because of its lack of marketing, the company’s attempts at competing in the mobile industry are a far cry from days gone by. And its presence in the U.S. just took another major hit. T-Mobile confirmed on Twitter last night that it no longer sells the Sony Xperia Z3. … [read full article]

Unboxing the T-Mobile HTC One M9

While some customers are waiting for their pre-ordered HTC One M9′s to arrive, our own Marco Hanna managed to get hold of the T-Mobile variant and unboxed it over on the PhoneDog YouTube channel. So, I figured I’d share it with you guys since my unboxing video showed the unlocked international model. In good light, the gold on silver actually looks pretty classy. With the terrible lighting at MWC last month, it was almost impossible to tell … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge get first OTA software update

The pre-orders for the S6 and S6 Edge have only been live on T-Mobile’s site for two days. And yet, the two devices already have their first performance-enhancing software update. It’s weighs in just under 180MB in size and comes with relatively minor bug fixes and performance boosters. Specifically, the update addresses issues with the fingerprint scanner and audio quality. … [read full article]

Galaxy S6 or HTC One M9 – Which did you pre-order?

As you’ll undoubtedly know by now, T-Mobile kicked off the pre-sales for its One M9, Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets today. And – as usual – T-Mobile’s servers strained under the pressure and still seem to be struggling now. But, if you did manage to get a pre-order completed online, in store or over the phone, we’d like to know which you went for. For smartphone fans, the One M9 has been … [read full article]

T-Mobile opening HTC One M9 pre-orders tomorrow at 9am Eastern, promising delivery before launch

This morning, T-Mobile announced that it will be opening up pre-orders for the HTC One M9 in store and online from tomorrow, March 27th at 6am Pacific/9am Eastern. The device will be $0 down with 24 monthly payments of $27.08, giving it a full retail price of $649.92. And if you do pre-order it, T-Mobile will get you the device before its official launch day on April 10th. Meaning you’ll be among the … [read full article]

Android 5.1 Lollipop for T-Mobile Nexus 6 now rolling out

At long last, Android 5.1 is rolling out officially for T-Mobile customers rocking the Nexus 6. The most concrete confirmation comes from T-Mo’s software updates page which now shows the N6 for the first time, and states that the Android 5.1 update process is completed. To add to that, the company’s product guru, Des tweeted out to confirm that the software is making its way to Nexus 6 now: For … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S6 hands on and first impressions

In the smartphone market, for me, Samsung always stood out as having phones that had all the features you could possibly need. Although they’ve never incorporated them in a way I particularly admired, they offered something to those who cared little about premium design and materials, and cared more about features and flexibility. With the Galaxy S6, the Korean tech giant has gone against its own grain and released a metal and glass … [read full article]