With the holiday shopping period just around the corner, T-Mobile offers customers an incentive to pick up the latest Apple mobile devices.
One of two existing curved display smartphones and the sole representative of the race that actually bends, LG’s G Flex, is closer and closer of seeing daylight stateside.
LG’s G Flex, one of two smartphones touting curved displays to go official of late, is apparently getting a much wider rollout than initially expected, being due out in Europe “by December”, as well as on at least three of America’s big four networks.
It appears HTC may have finally learned from past mistakes, as the company’s next-gen flagship device, codenamed M8, is tipped to go on sale via all four major carriers stateside: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
Closely following Sprint, T-Mobile USA has made Nexus 5 ETAs and pricing official. The latest “pure Google phone” will land in T-Mo’s online store November 14, with brick and mortar locations set to get the handheld six days later.
@evleaks shares some details about Motorola’s upcoming Moto Maker.
A leaked document indicates that T-Mobile might start offering the Nexus 5 from November 20.
Ever since John Legere took over T-Mobile US, things started looking rosier and rosier for America’s number four wireless service provider, despite it still being kept at bay by Verizon, AT&T and Sprint as far as subscriber counts go.
We’ve been tracking hints, following leads and pursuing theories on Nokia’s first ever Lumia tablet for what feels like months now and, despite rumors of a last-minute cancelation, there’s a good chance one of the last pieces of the puzzle is today falling into place.
In a round of further bad news for BlackBerry, T-Mobile has decided not to offer BlackBerry smartphones in brick and mortar stores anymore. The decision comes just days after BlackBerry announced huge losses and its intention to lay off 40% of its workforce.
Despite making great strides of late in Asia and Europe and even a few waves in America with dirt-cheap yet feature-packed unlocked smartphones, not many expected Alcatel to get noticed by the major carriers stateside.
Despite everyone from Sony to LG trying to steal Samsung’s thunder before and during the IFA announcement of the Galaxy Note 3, the third-gen phablet is bound to snatch the most headlines over the next weeks and even months. By a mile.
Despite being one of the earliest supporters of BlackBerry’s gesture-based smartphone OS, T-Mobile is reportedly looking to stop selling BlackBerry 10 phones in its stores.
Its not unusual for carriers to black out certain dates on which retail store employees can’t take a vacation, this is usually done prior to a major launch. T-Mobile is reportedly blacking out certain dates in September, which hints at September 20th iPhone launch.
While the G2 was undoubtedly the biggest star of yesterday’s LG New York event, being also probably the coolest Android phone around, a more modest mid-ranger was also (quietly) introduced as part of the press conference that wrapped up less than 24 hours ago.
They’ve both been a long time coming, they will both be available exclusively via T-Mobile in the US and they are both seeing daylight come July 17. No prizes for guessing what devices I’m talking about, as it is fairly obvious – Sony’s Xperia Z and Nokia’s Lumia 925.
Is T-Mobile on a roll or what? The (still) number four wireless network in the States has ditched contracts not long ago, is planning to launch LTE-Advanced by the end of 2013 and might be the first to sell two very exciting phones – Nokia’s Lumia 925 and Sony’s Xperia Z.
T-Mobile thinks it will be able to roll out its own LTE-Advanced network by year’s end, but not many will be able to enjoy LTE-A’s blazing speed.
Close to six months after being introduced to the world, Sony’s Xperia Z smartphone looks finally ready to hit a mainstream US carrier – T-Mobile.