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Galaxy S20 spec sheet reportedly leaks out

Samsung’s Galaxy S flagships are always one of the biggest smartphone releases of the year, and in less than a month we’ll meet the 2020 edition. Before then, though, the rumor mill has churned out spec lists of all three variants. All three models — the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra — are expected to have similar displays with a 3200×1440 resolution and Infinity O hole-punch display. A 120Hz refresh rate is … [read full article]

T-Mobile Tuesdays will offer early access to 2020 Country Megaticket

T-Mobile Tuesdays has offered access to shows from the Jonas Brothers, Post Malone, and others in the past, and now country music is getting the T-Mo Tuesdays treatment. T-Mobile customers can get early access to the 2020 Country Megaticket using T-Mobile Tuesdays. There will be a three-day presale available starting next Tuesday, January 21st, for most venues. Those that aren’t included in that presale will be available starting January 28th. To get your ticket, you’ll … [read full article]

T-Mobile Money now available in Puerto Rico

T-Mobile Money made its big debut last year, aiming to offer a mobile-focused checking account. Now the service is expanding. T-Mo today announced that T-Mobile Money is launching in Puerto Rico. Just like with the launch last year, T-Mo postpaid customers can get 4.00% APY on balances up to $3,000 and 1.00% APY on every dollar over $3,000 when they sign up with their T-Mobile ID and deposit at least $200 each month. Everyone else … [read full article]

Galaxy Note 8 getting new security update on T-Mobile

Following the Galaxy Note 10’s update last week, an older Note model is now being updated. T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 8 is now receiving an update to version N950USQS7DSL2. This 164.57MB update includes the January 1, 2020 Android security patches. The Note 8’s new update is rolling out over the air, so if you haven’t already gotten it, it should appear on your device soon. This security patch update may not be the most exciting thing ever, … [read full article]

OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren update rolling out on T-Mobile with fix for GPS issue

Heads up, 5G early adopters, because there’s a new update now rolling out to T-Mobile’s OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren. The new update bumps the OP7T Pro 5G McLaren to version 10.0.19.HD61CB and is 104.2MB. The changelog mentions a fix for a GPS issue that some owners have been having lately when connected to 5G. Also included in this update are some other unspecified bug fixes as well as the December 2019 Android … [read full article]

Final arguments in T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial made today

After delivering their testimonies and breaking for the holidays, the two sides in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial met again today to deliver their final arguments. Glenn Pomerantz, a lawyer for the 14 states suing to block the merger, argued that the trial will impact at least 130 million customers since the deal would reduce the number of major U.S. carriers from four to three. “If this merger goes forward, they’re at risk for paying billions of … [read full article]

Pizza Hut returning to T-Mobile Tuesdays next week

Pizza deals have been a popular part of T-Mobile Tuesdays ever since the promotion began way back in mid-2016, and next week pizza will make its return. Next Tuesday, January 21st, T-Mobile customers can score a Pizza Hut bundle deal. For $8, you can get a large two-topping pizza, an order of cheese sticks, and an order of cinnamon sticks. Another food deal coming next week is from Taco Bell. T-Mo subscribers can choose … [read full article]

Galaxy S20+ leaks again, this time in hands-on video

If you liked what you saw of that Galaxy S20+ that leaked a couple of days ago, there’s more where that came from. The Samsung Galaxy S20+ has leaked out again, including an appearance in a brief hands-on video. Thanks to the video from XDA-Developers, we get a glimpse of the S20+ with its display turned on as well as the back of the phone and its sides. A photo has also surfaced that shows … [read full article]

T-Mobile confirms more mid-band LTE capacity upgrades

After taking a short break for the holidays, T-Mobile is back today with another round of mid-band LTE upgrades. T-Mobile confirmed today that it’s performed hundreds of mid-band LTE capacity upgrades over the past two weeks. These upgrades include both AWS and PCS spectrum. Some of the lucky cities that got an upgrade include Dallas Center, IA; Nashville, TN; Maple Shade, NJ; Los Angeles, CA; New York, NY; and Gresham, OR. You can peruse the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e now receiving January security update

Samsung Galaxy S10 owners, T-Mobile’s got a new update for you to help make your Monday better. The new update is now rolling out to T-Mobile’s Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e. Galaxy S10 owners can expect a bump to version G973USQS2CSL1, while S10+ owners should watch for version G975USQS2CSL1 and S10e users will get version G970USQS2CSL1. This update comes in at around 200MB and includes the January 1, 2020 Android security patches. There’s no … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S20+ appears in leaked photos with four rear cameras, hole-punch display

Can’t wait until next month to see Samsung’s next big thing? It looks like you won’t have to. Several photos of the Samsung Galaxy S20+ have leaked out today. The images shared by XDA-Developers give us our first clear look at Samsung’s next flagship and confirm that the company is skipping the numbers 11 through 19 and moving to S20 for its next Galaxy S model. The front of the phone definitely looks like a … [read full article]

T-Mobile-Sprint merger review by DOJ and FCC was ‘cursory’, states argue

At the tail-end of the testimonies in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, the Department of Justice and Federal Communications Commission voiced their support for the deal in a filing. Fast-forward to this week and the states opposing the deal have responded. In a filing from Wednesday, lawyers for California and New York argued that the merger’s approvals from the DOJ and FCC don’t carry special weight and should be ignored by the judge in the trial. The … [read full article]