Ah yes, the 2008 year in review T-mobile USA post. It wasn’t to long ago we got a look at fourth quarter 2008 numbers and while it wasn’t the stellar year we all hoped for, it wasn’t a year like Sprint’s either. Highlights of the report include 130 cities covered by 3G, with that number expected to jump to 200 before the end of 2009. A 31% increase in data services revenue from 2007, … [read full article]
Well by no stretch of the imagination is this one firmly chalked up into the rumor column, but a source is a source. We’ve pegged a rumor down that currently hints at the C905 arrival to the big magenta sometime during the beginnings of summer. For all intents and purposes, May seems to be the month most mentioned but we all know how release dates can be shifted without warning. Combine our source with an email we … [read full article]
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Noah from Phonedog is at it again, this time he is piecing together information regarding the possible launch of the Sidekick 2009 at CTIA in April and the alien landing at Roswell. Before we bring you the details of his little connect the dots game, we should give a little more detail on the *3.2 megapixel camera* direct from the boys at hiptop3 who are all over the details on this upcoming qwerty bad boy. It … [read full article]
So today begins the Samsung Memoir journey into the T-mobile marketplace. The Memoir really needs no introduction, having been previewed on more than one occassion. So as day breaks and the retail stores open, we take a look at the word on the web, as the Memoir has found itself in the hands of a lucky few. Phonedog: Memoir can rightfully claim the title of “Best Cameraphone on a US Carrier” in my book, … [read full article]
So tomorrow is the big day, the Samsung Memoir drops to the T-mobile USA world and while there have been a few hiccups, all signs point to an exciting launch! Check out the Cnet hands on below and sound off in the comments if you’ll be picking this one up in the near future!
So its a little bit of good news mixed in with a little bit of bad news. Noah @ Phonedog got wind of some apparent trouble brewing on the Memoir browser front. It appears the same “full html” problem that plagued the browsing experience of the Samsung Behold has yet to be rectified with the release of the Samsung Memoir. Word from Noah’s tipster is that websites are sent through T-mobile’s web2go service giving you sort … [read full article]
While its appearance could easily be mistaken for that “other” phone, the Huawei Android prototype pictured above made a non-working debut at Mobile World Congress. Reports coming out of Spain had an expectation for a release of the pictured device around Q3 2009. According the guys over at SlashGear, it just might be making its way over to the big magenta. SlashGear is reporting that Huawei has signed an agreement to bring its line of … [read full article]
How do the words “free” and “smartphone” make you feel? In this business, that’s almost the pot at the end of the rainbow and all of the current phone manufacturers, its a newcomer who may bring the best pricing to the table. Acer, better known for their computers/laptops and current line of netbooks recently unveiled their line of wireless devices at Mobile World Congress. Sascha Segan over at PCmag has an interesting article up regarding the … [read full article]
Yet again we find ourselves watching the natural evolution of a device launch in the modern blog world. We find information regarding the FCC approval, which starts the buzz. An executive drops a conspicuous albeit unsatisfying remark regarding the launch of the product. Then of course we have our favorite portion of the evolution of the device launch, the famed “in the wild” shots. Usually they are blurry and end up with some or many … [read full article]