Tag Archives: Android

T-Mobile Top Picks For Android

In an effort to show their support for Android, and maybe even future devices, T-Mobile is sending out an add-on to the Android Market.  This section of the Android Market will house “a variety of innovative applications that help customers customize their device and manage their T-Mobile account.”  Yes, I know, that sounds a lot like the App Pack from the myTouch.  Either way, this looks like a good place to start your … [read full article]

T-Mobile, Are You Listening?

Hi, I’m Nicole aka @c0z, the Associate Editor of AndroidGuys. I’ve also been the Copy Editor of Tmonews for a while now, but that’s all behind the scenes stuff. I finally decided to post something, I hope you don’t hate it! :) Please note: These opinions are mine and don’t reflect the opinions of Tmone–no wait, they actually do–so here we go… Oh T-Mobile, you have so many loyal … [read full article]

LG And T-Mobile USA Looking To Partner Up?

One of the questions I get asked the most is why doesn’t T-Mobile carry any phones from LG? While that’s a question I can’t answer, the good folks at Telecomskorea believe that’s about to change. As LG has watched its relationship with Verizon, their predominant North American partner decline, LG is looking to find alternative partners in the US to stop its declining market share. According to the article, T-Mobile officials “reportedly” visited LG’s headquarters in Seoul … [read full article]

Google Maps Navigation Comes to “Donut” Android


Anyone who has been following the launch of the Verizon based Motorola Droid was bound to be envious of a major feature added in by Google. Google Navigation aka Google Maps on steroids, offers full navigation to help you find every In-N-Out Burger known to man, as pictured above.  Originally thought to be offered to all Android devices sporting 2.0 and up, Google has gone and made some happy Android users by allowing those with “Donut” based … [read full article]

Motorola Motus Landing On T-Mobile?

Ah yes its that time again. The rumor mill is churning! Above you will see what is rumored to be T-Mobile’s second Motorola Android device with MOTOBLUR. NOTHING has been confirmed so please take this as a very small grain of salt, in other words: its a rumor. The guys over at AndroidandMe have received specs for the “Motus” from an anonymous tipster. And guess what? According to the specs, this handset supports T-Mobile’s AWS 3G network. The … [read full article]

Samsung Behold 2 Now Available

Today, T-Mobile has officially released the Samsung Behold II. T-Mobile’s third Android enabled phone this year, is just in time for the holidays! Featuring a nice vibrant AMOLED 3.2 inch touch screen, Samsung’s TouchWiz interface, a 528MHz processor, 200MB internal memory, and 320MB of RAM. Although we were expecting a $199.99 2-year commitment price tag, it looks as if T-Mobile had a last minute change of mind on the pricing. The Behold 2 is available for $229.99 with … [read full article]

T-Mobile Samsung Behold II Manual & Start Guide

While we have four days remaining until the November 18th official launch date of the T-Mobile Samsung Behold 2, what could be better than perusing the User Manual and Start Guide? If you like reading phone manuals and start guides (Like me) with lots of colorful pictures, than grab a snack, sit back and relax. Hit the jump for some screenshots from the Start Guide and User Manual! Don’t forget to leave your thoughts in the comments!

T-Mobile Samsung Behold 2 Unveiled

UPDATE 2: Official T-Mobile Press Release available after the jump! Today T-Mobile has officially unveiled the Behold 2 at Samsung & T-Mobile’s joint press conference in New York City. Featuring a 3.2-inch AMOLED display, the Samsung Behold 2 will be running Samsung’s new and intuitive cube menu which provides quick access to six top multimedia features, including music, photos, videos, the Web, YouTube and Amazon MP3 for music downloads. What seems odd is that PhoneDog claims the Samsung Behold 2 will … [read full article]

Flash Coming to Android First Half Of 2010

Not much of new news here since we already knew Flash for Android handsets was coming in early 2010. If you didn’t already know, enabling Flash on a mobile handset would make it possible to play streaming video inside the browser. Online video streaming websites (YouTube and Hulu) rely on Flash player. This is something that has been absent in many handsets, but that should change come early 2010. Adobe claims that Flash content is present … [read full article]