Tag Archives: Nokia

Nokia Lumia 710 Passes FCC With T-Mobile Ready AWS Bands

The Nokia Lumia was just announced at the beginning of the week but has already passed through the FCC sporting T-Mobile 3G/4G 1700Mhz band. Lengthy experience has taught us that an FCC passage doesn’t guarantee a phone will arrive for sale on T-Mobile but it does make us hopeful. Model #RM-809 has been shown to be the Nokia Lumia 710 and that is the model number that received FCC approval on October 24th. … [read full article]

The Nokia N9 Is One Sexy Piece Of Hardware, Supports AWS Bands

Nokia has unveiled the N9, a 3.9″ Meego OS powered flagship device which has quite honestly, beautiful hardware. The N9 is entirely buttonless with the exception of a volume rocker and camera button with the 854 x 480 AMOLED screen taking almost the entire front of the device. The N9 runs an OMAP 3630 1Ghz processor and comes with 16GB or 64GB of internal memory and 1GB of RAM. The back of the device has an 8 … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s 2011 Roadmap Leaks With Blackberry, Tablets And Android Galore

Tip of the hat to the boys at This is my next as they just scored what they believe is a 2011 device lineup for T-Mobile. I guess the Samsung Hercules was just the tip of the iceberg for them today as they’ve uncovered some of the blanks we’ve been searching for ourselves through the end of 2011. We’re going to follow their lead and do a month by month breakdown … [read full article]

Nokia N9 Passes FCC With Support For T-Mobile

This might come as a little bit of a surprise as Nokia’s Meego-powered N9 handset passed the FCC today as model number RM-680. The FCC approved the N9 with a plethora of GSM and WCDMA bands including those to work on both AT&T and T-Mobile. Before anyone gets ahead of themselves, there is almost zero chance this device is a precursor to an AT&T/T-Mobile deal, Nokia just loves quadband and pentaband device support. … [read full article]

Nokia Astound Launches Today, $79.99 On Contract

Right on schedule T-Mobile has launched the Nokia Astound for $79.99 for a 2 year contract. With a 3.5″ screen, 8 megapixel camera and on board Symbian OS the Astound is a definite change of pace from the recent onslaught of Android devices we’ve been seeing. We’ll have a full review up on the Astound soon but first impressions were favorable if unimpressive. Symbian is at the point where what it … [read full article]

T-Mobile And Nokia Officially Announce The Nokia Astound

While the Nokia Astound won’t be the biggest handset news from T-Mobile at CTIA, it’s the second T-Mobile phone to deliver an 8 megapixel camera. For a small handset however, its packing quite the punch! As expected the Astound will arrive on T-Mobile shelves on April 6th for $79.99 after rebate. The Nokia Astound will feature a 3.5″ capacitive touch AMOLED display with a dual-LED flash on board an 8 megapixel camera. … [read full article]

T-Mobile At CTIA 2011, What Do You Want To See?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No it’s not the holiday season, rather it’s CTIA 2011 in Orlando, Florida! One of the biggest events in the US wireless industry is descending upon us and yours truly will be there! That’s right, TmoNews will be live from CTIA in Orlando, Florida. Unfortunately T-Mobile will not be holding a press event as seems to be the norm for everyone but Sprint and Samsung … [read full article]

Nokia C7 Releasing April 6th For $79.99

The Nokia Astound, formally known as the C7 around the world and internally know as Tiger will release April 6th on T-Mobile. Our ninjas are telling to expect a price right around $79.99 after a mail in rebate. Interestingly enough, we’re told to expect around 4 more Nokia Symbian devices on T-Mobile this year with Windows Phone 7 devices not expected until 2012. We’ve also been told the Astound will be … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Release Nokia C7, To Be Known As Tiger?

We’ve been dropped a few morsels of upcoming Nokia goodness in the form of the Nokia C7 releasing as the Nokia “Tiger” later this month. With a screen size of 3.5 inches, internal memory at 8 gigs (expandable to 32 gigs), and an 8 megapixel camera with HD video capture the Tiger will make a great replacement for Nuron users looking to move up in the world. And while I hope for a … [read full article]