Tag Archives: Windows Phone

Windows Phone 8 Inventory, Dummy Units Begin Arriving In Stores

We’re just three days from the official launch of Windows Phone 8 on T-Mobile and stores are getting ready with demo devices, displays and inventory all beginning to arrive. Both the Windows Phone 8X and Lumia 810 are making cameo appearances in stores as they wait for their T-Mobile unveiling this Wednesday. Along with the store displays, some retail locations are already receiving some cases including somebody Body Glove and Speck … [read full article]

HTC 8S Passes Through FCC With T-Mobile Compatible Bands

While our Windows Phone 8 attention has been solely focused on the Windows Phone 8X and Lumia 810 as of late, the HTC 8S just passed through the FCC complete with support for T-Mobile HSPA+ bands. There’s no official confirmation that either carrier will pick up the device to sell, but it does allow for the possibility for customers on both AT&T and T-Mobile to use the phone. The … [read full article]

T-Mobile Customers Get Ad-Free Exclusive Version Of Words With Friends For Windows Phone

Windows Phone users on T-Mobile have a little surprise in store as WPCentral reports that Words with Friends is being offered as an ad-free version exclusively to T-Mobile customers. According to the report, not only are T-Mobile customers getting access to the game earlier than anyone else, this version has no ads to bother you during gameplay. We’ve reached out to T-Mobile to confirm the story, but it’s definitely a little bonus for … [read full article]

More Images Surface Of Nokia Lumia 920 Running On T-Mobile’s Network

If you’re still having doubts about picking up an unlocked international Lumia 920 to run on T-Mobile, hopefully this new set of images will push aside your concerns. We’ve come to the understanding that the AT&T edition of the Lumia 920 won’t have AWS bands thanks to a device breakdown courtesy of the FCC. Still, international Lumia 920 devices, including developer units and Lumia 920 devices releasing in Canada will work … [read full article]

Developer Unlocked Lumia 920 Pictured Running On T-Mobile’s HSPA+ Network

Just 48 hours a Canadian leak lends hope to a pentaband Lumia 920 surfacing in the wild, comes word out of WPCentral’s user forums that an unlocked developer edition of the 920 is running on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. After purchasing the developer unlocked device online, forum user KoukiFC3S managed to get the Lumia 920 functioning on T-Mobile’s US network (reportedly using the 1700MHz band) and even posted some screenshots of speed … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Holiday Smartphone Lineup, “Premier Nexus 4 Partner”

Update: An early post stated that the Nexus 4 would be available via Google’s Play Store beginning today, that was incorrect. The correct dates follow below.  Wow, what a day to be a T-Mobile customer as they unveil their official holiday lineup which includes two awesome surprises: T-Mobile’s the “premier partner with Google for the Nexus 4 as well … [read full article]

Report: Microsoft Will Lose Dominant Marketshare To Android In 2016

According to a new Gartner study, Google’s Android operating system will be used on more computing devices than Microsoft’s Windows Platform within the next four years. The study shows the massive shift happening in the marketplace as Android continues its rise to world domination. At the end of 2016, Gartner expects there will be 2.3 billion computers, tablets and smartphones using the Android platform, compared to 2.28 billion Windows devices. As for 2012, Gartner anticipates 1.5 billion Windows devices against 608 million using … [read full article]

Nokia Admits Website Error, Says No AWS 1700 Coming With Lumia 920

Some of you have already taken notice and understandably been excited by Nokia’s Lumia 920 official webpage which had indicated the availability of the AWS 1700 band. Unfortunately, the availability of that WCDMA band was a website error as Nokia has confirmed to the folks at WPCentral, and it will be corrected on the page in short order. It’s an honest to goodness disappointment for those of you who may have been … [read full article]