Posts tagged T-Mobile
T-Mobile Chief Marketing Officer Cole Brodman while speaking at a Town Hall meeting claimed that his company won’t be getting iPhone 5 this year. Details after the break.
That’s what I call a perfect way to kick off your Sunday. BGR have gotten hold of images of a white colored iPhone which seems to be running on T-Mobile’s 3G network.
With the advent of digital cellular technology, CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) and GSM (Global System for Mobile) by far have been the core standards for providing voice services. These two technologies have stood adjacent to each other competing for several years. Opting between the two isn’t a difficult task as both technologies have their own pros and cons.
If you live in UK and own a T-Mobile branded Samsung Galaxy S, then you are in for a treat as T-Mobile UK plans on rolling out Froyo update for the high selling Android device sometime today.
Do you know what time it is? It’s time for another iPhone carrier rumor news. According to Cult of Mac’s Leander Kahney, Apple and T-Mobile USA are deep in talks of bringing the innovative iPhone to the US based carrier.
Here is something to please the Nexus One owners particularly those who own a T-Mobile version or the version of the first Android 2.1 powered device – A Froyo build is being rolled out OTA for the Nexus One users by AT&T and T-Mobile.
Yesterday, we told you folks about the smaller version of HTC Desire. Yes, I am talking about the HTC Wildfire. While we told you folks about the specs of the device, we didn’t have details of which operators will be carrying the phone uptill now. Behold our beloved UK fans. T-Mobile UK is preparing to unleash the device in June, 14th June to be exact.
As bizarre as the title of the post may sound, the crust of the matter is that it is true. A guy named Phil was handed the all sensation HTC HD2 by T-Mobile folks to try out the Windows Mobile 6.5 phone. But guess what Phil did? He put it on the roof of his car and drove away which obviously resulted in the phone falling on a busy road for half an hour. Guess what happened next. Video after the jump.
Yesterday, T-Mobile as expected unveiled the covers off its much anticipated and awaited HTC HD2. The most important question that arises here is what is the difference between the T-Mobile version and the international version? Specs wise, they are pretty much same except the fact that the US version has 1GB RAM as opposed to 512 MB ROM. Besides this it also brings other unique apps. More details on this after break.
T-Mobile USA has ended its mobile search deal with Yahoo and has gotten itself a new mobile search partner. It is none other than the leading player, Google. Yahoo has suffered a huge dent in the US search market as the dominance has now shifted to the Californians.