Archive | February, 2012

T-Mobile Galaxy S Blaze 4G Hands-On From Mobile World Congress

Quietly hanging around Samsung’s 2012 Mobile World Congress booth is the Galaxy S Blaze 4G, thankfully discovered by the folks at Unwired View. These images mark the first “in the wild” shots of the device we are seeing, on the heels of T-Mobile providing us with a “March” release timeframe just a few short days ago. As expected, some of T-Mobile’s services are already pre-installed, including T-Mobile TV and T-Mobile video … [read full article]

So, You Are Disappointed T-Mobile Didn’t Get The HTC One X? You Shouldn’t Be.

Let’s just get this right out of the way to clear any up confusion and more importantly, to stop the complaints I see popping up in the HTC One S post comments. The AT&T version of the HTC One X DOES NOT have a quad-core processor, it has a dual-core processor. So yes, it appears to be a better phone, but with the exception of battery size and and screen size, they … [read full article]

HTC Officially Announces Sense 4.0, Dropbox Storage included

With the knowledge that the HTC One S will be one of the first Android smartphones to drop on T-Mobile’s network with Sense 4.0, it’s important to know what exactly Sense 4.0 is all about. HTC Sense 4.0 has two main focuses: camera software and audio. First up is “ImageSense,” designed to give you “perfect shots — every time,” and is capable of taking a photo in just 0.7 seconds with a … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile And HTC Announce The HTC One S, Coming This Spring

Update: For anyone asking, the HTC One S will come with 16GB of internal storage.  HTC and T-Mobile just announced at Mobile World Congress T-Mobile as a premier launch partner for the HTC One S in the United States. The HTC One S (HTC Ville) will take advantage of T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 42Mbps technology and is the thinnest smartphone on the Magenta network at just 7.95mm thick. With a unibody aluminum design, the … [read full article]

Meet The Newest Rumored Galaxy S III Rumor…An Oversized Display

We’re still waiting for Samsung to sort out their Galaxy S III launch announcement schedule, especially considering it’s not coming this week at Mobile World Congress. In the meantime, we’re getting word of some new specs courtesy of BGR, citing a “trust source” that the Galaxy S III will release in over 50 “markets” or “cities” simultaneously. That’s the first part of this story, the second part is the real meat of … [read full article]

HTC Ville (One S) Specs And Images Hit The Interwebs Ahead Of Mobile World Congress

The HTC Ville is a definite T-Mobile arrival according to earlier leaked intel and “confirmed” through an internal T-Mobile document highlighting upcoming accessories. With a dual-core 1GHz processor, a 4.7-inch display with a resolution of 540 x 960, and 16GB of storage we’re eager to see how the HTC Ville shapes on T-Mobile’s network, though we’re a little disappointed by that screen resolution. Have a look at the full “known” … [read full article]

Some More T-Mobile Tidbits To Finish Off The Week

As we finish out this crazy week we thought we’d bring just a few more little tidbits of intel to talk about T-Mobile and the future. Let’s start with what seemed mostly obvious yesterday…T-Mobile isn’t likely to carry the iPhone until Apple changes their terms for subsidies. We should, of course mention that is subject to change and ANYTHING can happen with T-Mobile and the iPhone as 2012 progresses. Moving on to … [read full article]

Verizon Says They Use Spectrum Twice As Efficiently As T-Mobile

Ok…so let’s just get this right out-of-the-way. The reason Verizon uses spectrum twice as efficiently as T-Mobile is because their network goes out every other day. It’s easy to be spectrum efficient with a LTE network that hardly works. Ok, stupid joke over. Anyway… With T-Mobile already launching the first salvo in what will inevitably be a back and forth has now found a first Verizon response via Verizon’s policy blog. In … [read full article]