Tag Archives: N900

Does T-Mobile Have More Up Its Sleeve?

Good afternoon TmoNews minions readers! There has been a lot going on in Magenta’s world in the past few weeks, and it looks like the news just keeps on coming. Yesterday we received quite a few emails from our sources stating that a new Android device was in the works, codenamed the MyTouch Slide/MyTouch 2. Our sources pegged the device for a May 17th release. Today another one of our trusty ninjas has hit us up claiming that T-Mobile … [read full article]

As 2009 Comes To A Close…

Update: I’m bringing this back to the front because as the news comes forward that T-Mobile is the launch partner for the Nexus One, where do you see T-Mobile going in 2010? With the year ending in less than two weeks time, 2009 has been a rollercoaster for T-Mobile on any number of levels. To say that we all look forward to what will come in 2010 wouldn’t be enough of an understatement. The last few weeks … [read full article]

T-Mobile Should Focus On The Geeks

Saschasegan of PCMag is one of my favorite twitter contacts and I came across an article written yesterday discussing Open Source and what intrigued me were the closing paragraphs. He’s made no bones about being celebratory over T-Mobile’s Even More/Even More Plus plans and the way T-Mobile has attempted to change the rate plan game in the wireless industry. The reason to bring this forward is Sascha’s notion of how T-Mobile should “flirt with the geeks to … [read full article]

N900 On Sale Over At Dell Small Business

If you didn’t want to spend $1,000,000 dollars on your next device, perhaps purchasing an unlocked N900 is more to your liking. Dell is currently unloading the N900 unlocked with all their usual coupon offerings for a low price of $442 + Free Shipping + Tax. This deal comes courtesy of the fine folks at Slickdeals who know a thing or two about bargain hunting. If you’re looking to treat yourself to the super device … [read full article]

Save on the N900

Are you one of those people that just can’t wait for the launch of the N900?  Well, then this is just for you.  While there is still no confirmation (I know, it’s sad) that the Nokia beast will come to T-Mobile USA, you can still pick one up, unlocked, and it will work just fine on our 3G network.  Maybe you are dying to have this phone but couldn’t stomach the $649 price tag. … [read full article]

N900 Seen Running on T-Mobile 3G

n900resizedtmob Screenshot: Nokia N900 running on T Mobiles 3G network = 2.26 Mb/s down, 0.34 Mb/s up

Remember that N900?  What am I kidding, of course you do.  While there is no official word regarding its arrival to T-Mobile, we do have further confirmation that the N900 runs on T-Mobile’s 3G network.  Yes, oh yes, the Nokia has that mythical 1700 MHz band that we like to see.  Anyways, this thing has a 2.26 Mb/s download, 0.34 Mb/s upload and a  ping time of 174 ms.  In case you were wondering, … [read full article]

Nokia N900 Friday Video Fun

With the recent rumor offering up hope that the Nokia N900 will still be landing on Magenta in early 2010, the N900 has showed itself at the Maemo Summit currently taking place. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones able to attend it, (don’t worry we didn’t either), thankfully the action was caught on video. This video focuses on the device’s 3D gaming capabilities and a demonstration playing YouTube videos in the Mozilla-based web browser. While we … [read full article]

Nokia N900 In-Depth Web Browser Review

Still waiting impatienly for the Nokia N900? With the recent Holiday offers T-Mobile has in store for us, the N900 was surprisingly not one of them. While we continue to wait, let us drool over some N900 videos. This video released by Nokia themselves shows an  in-depth look at the Mozilla-based web browser on a beautiful touchscreen with an 800 x 480 resolution. Enjoy the six minutes of drooling (Please try to keep it in your … [read full article]

Who Wants More N900?

There are some truly lucky people on this industry, and the people over at PhoneScoop fall into that category.  Ignoring all this Android hubbub, they sought out the best of the best in mobile communication devices.  I’m talking, of course, about the Nokia N900 phone, mobile computer, all in one and almighty gadget.  Highlights of the device include an amazing ability to multitask, a Mozilla browser with full flash (the real … [read full article]

N900 To Be Free Of T-mobile Customization

One of the most frustrating things about a new a phone purchase is the seemingly unlimited methods in which a carrier can screw up a device with their own add-ons. Just ask unlocked users of the Nokia E71 and AT&T buyers of the E71x what kind of a difference unbranded phones can make! With this in mind, Nokia is following in the footsteps of Google and Apple in seizing control of the user experience with Maemo by … [read full article]