Tag Archives: Nokia

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]

The Nokia X2 Prepaid Device Now Available

The Nokia X2 prepaid device launching today isn’t going to blow your socks off, but it’s a great addition to T-Mobile’s prepaid offerings. With a full QWERTY keyboard you can pick up texting and emailing right away and it’s a Nokia, so once they go Windows Phone 7 permanently, this could be a collectors item. Pick it up now! T-Mobile.com

Bluetooth SIG Reveals Nokia C5-04, Headed To T-Mobile

With Nokia officially announcing a partnership with Microsoft to run Windows Phone 7 on Nokia handsets, you would probably think their next device would be a handset with the new Windows Phone 7 OS, right? Wrong. Although Nokia is moving away from its Symbian platform to adopt Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 OS, it seems they’re still going to pump out whats left of the aging platform. Which brings us to the Nokia … [read full article]

Nokia X2 Prepaid Device Hitting T-Mobile February 16th.

I’d like to say I’m not surprised by this in the least as I had all but forgotten Nokia these days. I know how wonderful their phones used to be and how awesome they still can be, if you haven’t seen what the N8 camera can do, thats an injustice. Still, if this is the best they are willing to give the US, I can say for certain I won’t be forking over … [read full article]

Nokia E73 Mode Now Available

Welcome the newest member of Magenta’s smartphone lineup, the Nokia E73 Mode!  This 3G-enabled smartphone offers WiFi, a 5 megapixel camera, a 3.5mm headphone jack, GPS, a full WebKit-based web browser, and support for Mail for Exchange and more.  The E73 Mode is available beginning today for $69.99 with a 2 year agreement or $299.99 retail.  If you haven’t already, make sure to check out some of the first reviews of the E73 (which, … [read full article]

Nokia E73 Video and Reviews

With T-Mobile boasting the largest Android collection around, the HTC HD2 and the ever-present collection of Blackberry’s a lot of people might ask where does the Nokia E73 fit in. Nokia’s last outing on T-Mobile was the Nuron, which released just a few months back and hasn’t made any headlines since. Thanks to the boys at Engadget and Phonescoop however, who managed to go hands on and report back their findings. … [read full article]

Nokia E73 Mode Promo Video

First came the rumors, then the announcement, and now, for your viewing pleasure, we have the promotional video for the new Nokia E73 Mode.  Now, I don’t think this is the best phone advertisement, especially with all of those great HTC and DROID commercials out there, but it’s an ad.  Watch it for yourself, though, and make your own opinions.  Nonetheless, the ad does a good job of showing what the phone can do, which … [read full article]