Tag Archives: Tablet

T-Mobile Launches HTC Flyer For Business-2-Business Customers Only

T-Mobile B2B customers looking to score a new tablet now have the opportunity to pick up the HTC Flyer which launched yesterday as a business-2-business exclusive. We’ve had plenty of clues and hints that the Flyer would eventually arrive on the Magenta network since this past February and now its official, at least for business customers. The major exception is of course no indication (as of today at least) that … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 With AWS Bands Passes Through FCC

We’ve been calling for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to land on T-Mobile and with the passing of the tablet through the halls of the FCC complete with AWS bands an arrival is looking better and better. The device is only identified as the Samsung SGH-T859 but it packs 1700MHz AWS for T-Mobile and has the very same dimensions as the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi only version which passed the FCC back … [read full article]

T-Mobile Roadmap Leak Shows Upcoming Launch Dates

Few leaks excite us more than a roadmap showing us upcoming launch dates for all the phones we could want and more. Unfortunately, this roadmap like the last one we previewed doesn’t link specific devices with their respective launch dates but we’ve got some pretty good guesses. The end of October is expected to see at least the Galaxy S II, HTC Ruby and at least the launch of one … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Introduce 7″ Huawei Tablet Later This Year

We’re back with another upcoming table ninja tip that finally puts a Huawei tablet on the T-Mobile network after so many months of rumors. We’re hearing that a T-Mobile variant of the current Huawei Mediapad is coming to T-Mobile the first week of November and as our ninja put it, it’s a “high end” version for Magenta. So how high end? Well the specs won’t blow your socks off but a 7″ IPS … [read full article]

T-Mobile Receiving Accessories For 10″ Tablets, Sign Of Things To Come?

Thanks to a ninja with sharp eyes we got our hands on an image which shows off a newly arrived accessory hitting T-Mobile store shelves that perhaps indicates T-Mobile is preparing to launch a 10″ tablet. Of course the alternative could be true and T-Mobile might just be interested in carrying some accessories for customers who are in the store, own a 10″ tablet and might find the sudden urge to pick … [read full article]

T-Mobile G-Slate Android 3.1 Update Introduces Locked Bootloader?

T-Mobile’s G-Slate Android 3.1 Honeycomb update is rolling out now and brings a host of goodies with the introduction of Google Videos, Homescreen resizable widgets and USB accessory support just to name a few. Unfortunately all the news isn’t good as there is one additional “improvement” delivered in the form of a locked bootloader. The move doesn’t seem to be accidental and it may just be the way LG is moving … [read full article]

T-Mobile G-Slate Android 3.1 Honeycomb Update Rolling Out Now!

T-Mobile has provided a dose of good news for T-Mobile G-Slate owners as the Android 3.1 Honeycomb update is rolling out now! Bringing with a host of enhancements the update will appear on your tablet when it is available for install. T-Mobile of course insists that representatives cannot “expedite” the delivery of the update or push the update to tablets by request.” So what kind of new goodies will you find … [read full article]

T-Mobile G-Slate Honeycomb 3.1 Update Coming Tomorrow

The T-Mobile G-Slate is about to get a dose of Android 3.1 Honeycomb according to the moderators over at the LG Forum. According to the information provided by LG the update should start pushing out sometime today and we assume it’ll be a staggered update with a general rollout over the next few days. Android 3.1 Honeycomb brings a number of improvements to the G-Slate including UI refinements that allow for … [read full article]

HTC Flyer Hits FCC Complete With AWS Bands

This isn’t the first evidence we’ve had of the HTC Flyer arriving on Magenta shelves but it’s certainly the most tangible evidence we’ve come across. The FCC just granted approval to the HTC Flyer with support for T-Mobile’s AWS frequencies. There appears to be no difference between the Wi-Fi version of the HTC Flyer and this particular AWS version other than the ability to use 3G/4G data. Of course no word … [read full article]