Archive | July, 2009

Impressions: To Dash or not to Dash (3G)?

Having owned a T-Mobile Dash since July 2007 and using it as my sole device for the past two years, the recent release of the Dash 3G surely got my attention as a possible new phone upgrade. Faster processing speeds, upgraded looks, a seemingly more ergonomical design, and what surely must be a host of new features were all what I was expecting when walking into a T-Mobile store to check the device out for myself. Being … [read full article]

Open Box Specials!

Looking to get your phone a little bit cheaper than everyone else? Then step right up to what we’re calling T-Mobile’s “Open Box Specials” (pls give us royalties if this catches on, kthx). Starting near the end of July, maybe around the 22nd (TP2 fans don’t cry), it seems that phones returned within buyer’s remorse period (30 days for those who bought the phone full retail) could end up back in stores in specially marked … [read full article]

Look! A leather holster… with no clip

[singlepic=32,300,300] Fans of leather holsters and the Touch Pro2 rejoice because exclusive pictures of the device and the holster that it ships with have just hit our inbox. While it looks like a pretty solid, standard case in which to hold the phone, it’s actually missing one major component to what makes a holster a REAL holster… a clip! While that makes this great for those who want to protect your phone while it’s busy being … [read full article]

Daylight Photos/Video: Touch Pro2

[singlepic=17,451,300] Been looking forward to seeing the Touch Pro2 in daylight for once? Pictures have surfaced of T-Mobile’s next Windows Mobile device that actually do not feature the device in a somewhat dark room. Not that we don’t appreciate ALL photos of this phone that we’ve seen, but it’s great to actually see it in a room full of sunlight. Our photographer had this to say during the 45 minutes he had to use it and … [read full article]

Partial unboxing + TP2 = Success

[singlepic=13,450,300] If the MyTouch 3G doesn’t interest you (or maybe it does but you hunger for more) then we have just the pictures for you. Showing itself in all it’s marvelous glory is a big white box with graphics and text on it – also known as the Touch Pro2 box. For those of you waiting for unboxing pictures for this highly anticipated device, look no further as we’ve got ’em right here! So why … [read full article]

Touch Pro2… videos, please

Thanks to a tipster by the name of undertmocover, we now have two exclusive videos of the Touch Pro2 in all it’s glory. Don’t expect any sound though as they both came completely mute, but there’s plenty of sliding and screen touching action on the visual side! These videos may not be of HD quality but they get the job done….and I think that’s all we can ask for at this point. Well, besides more videos. … [read full article]

Confirming The Confirmed

It is now July and we are fast approaching an onslaught of phone releases on our favorite carrier.  While none of these phones are huge surprises, since they have all been outed already, they can still be important to some people and think of this as a friendly reminder.  The launch dates have also been confirmed, but this will be a nifty roundup of upcoming phones.  First off, we have the Dash 3G releasing July … [read full article]

HTC Touch Pro2, Official

Well, well, well, what do we have here.  It seems as if T-Mobile has outed its very own Touch Pro2 variant in an official manner, with Twitter of course.  The twitter post leaves much to be desired (seriously? no picture link, special webpage or launch date).  They do however, get our mouths watering by tempting us with keeping the very special Touch Pro2 in our very own holster.  We are staying … [read full article]

Even the press event is personalized

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Further adding to the personalization of the MyTouch, T-Mobile is getting the point across by allowing each attending member of their MyTouch press event to choose their own nametag. With a wealth of absolutely incredible images to choose from, it looks as if they’ve covered a wide range of people: the coffee junkie, the overly (and obviously exaggerated) happy people, people who do stuff with stopwatches, people who… need passports (???)… … [read full article]