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Need A Reason To Watch Tonights Samsung, Google Event? Check Out The Newest Galaxy Nexus Leaked Specs

Nothing says good morning like the latest round of specs for the hottest Android phone on the planet. We’re waking up to the internet buzzing about a Japanese NTT Docomo leaked widely believed to have the most concrete list of specs for the Galaxy Nexus we’ve seen yet. On top of spec leak, Japan Docomo “announced” they will be carrying the newest Nexus device beginning November 20th. So how good … [read full article]

Watch Tonights Samsung, Google Special Event Live On YouTube

For T-Mobile fans, today very well could be a “cross your fingers and hope” kind of day as we count down the hours till the expected Galaxy Nexus/Ice Cream Sandwich debut. As T-Mobile fans we’re hoping that given T-Mobile’s past support of the Nexus line thus far, that todays debut of the next generation of Nexus will also see T-Mobile support. The FCC has definitely given us reason to suspect that … [read full article]

Samsung Exhibit II 4G Dummy Phones Arriving In Stores

The Samsung Exhibit 4G is likely to fly under the radar of the Galaxy S II launch but still be a super solid addition to the mid-range Android line-up for T-Mobile. It  was just last week that we finally managed to learn the release name of the “Samsung Ancora” and at the same time get a quick look at the device through some leaked press images. Well we’re adding an even … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hand-On From Fall CTIA 2011

For those of you who have already seen the Galaxy Tab 10.1 either in person or online, the T-Mobile version won’t have very many surprises. So what is different about the T-Mobile version? Start with some “T-Mobile” and “4G” branding, throw in a 4G radio and you’ve got a T-Mobile version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The skinny size here is undoubtedly one of the biggest reasons to check out Samsung’s premium tablet as it sports … [read full article]

Samsung, Google To Announce Galaxy Nexus On October 19th?

As soon as Samsung and Google postponed their Galaxy Nexus, Ice Cream Sandwich debut the rumor will went into overdrive trying to guess when the announcement would actually occur. This time Engadget is getting in on the guessing game with an anonymous tipster providing October 19th as the new debut date. We should clarify and say that this would actually be the evening of the 18th in the United States as … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S II, HTC Amaze 4G Arrive On Store Shelves Today

Did you miss your opportunity to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S II or HTC Amaze 4G? Well don’t you worry as you can now pop into any of your local T-Mobile corporate stores starting today and purchase either one. The Galaxy S II and HTC Amaze 4G mark T-Mobile’s first entry into the 42Mbps HSPA+ smartphone world and if early reviews are any indication, both devices are well worth the … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S II, HTC Amaze 4G Now Available For Pre-order

Right on the heels of our leaked full retail pricing info comes word that both the HTC Amaze 4G and Samsung Galaxy S II are now showing available on T-Mobile.com. A quick leap onto the T-Mobile homepage reveals both phones are in fact showing as available and ready to be added into your shopping cart. There you have it, both of T-Mobile’s newest and best smartphones are available so what … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S II Gaming Demo, Drift Or Crash

Are you curious to see how the Samsung Galaxy S II handles gaming on it’s dual-core processor? Good news as we’ve got our hands on this two minute demo that shows how the Galaxy S II handles some hardcore racing. Of course let this video be a lesson to all of you wannabe racers out there, drifting (or breaking) will help avoid the pain of crashing into walls. Pre-orders start tomorrow, are you buying then or … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile, AT&T Ready Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime Passes Through FCC

Update: I feel compelled as I see your comments to remind everyone that passing through the FCC doesn’t guarantee a T-Mobile launch. If anything it would mean a T-Mobile compatible version would be available, it doesn’t guarantee anything. Also, for those asking the 2100 band is often omitted from FCC testing, it’s still there.  The T-Mobile/AT&T Samsung Nexus Prime/Galaxy Nexus has passed through the FCC earning approval (and our excitement) for a … [read full article]