myTouch and myTouch Q from LG lately and it was only a matter of time until they started leaking to the wild, and today is the day. We now have a few photos of the myTouch by LG spotted in the wild hanging out, and they aren't even all that blurrycam style either. Officially announced last week both devices should be available on T-Mobile before the holidays, check out the pictures below.
HTC Sensation. Combine those together and we have a powerful smartphone that has both the speed, and the looks to impressive most people. With T-Mobiles brand new HSPA+ 42 network speeds and an improved dual-core processor from Qualcomm on board, this surely is one speedy smartphone. Head on down below for all the details, pictures, and hands-on video of the new HTC Amaze 4G from T-Mobile.
Samsung Galaxy S II. With its awesome 4.52" AMOLED display, 1.5 GHz dual-core processor it surely will rule the T-Mobile streets for a few weeks. This being the third Galaxy S II available in the US -- first being the Epic 4G Touch, second being the AT&T Galaxy S II I'm excited to show everyone this top contender for Galaxy S II supremacy so check out our unboxing video and pictures below.
hitting the FCC most likely looking just like the Verizon 4G LTE version we reviewed here. Then just last week T-Mobile confirmed it was coming soon on Twitter. Today we have a leaked calender from the inside stating October 26th for the launch date.
Galaxy Tab 7.7. Packing a 7-inch LCD IPS display running at 1024 x 600 resolution (rather than the Tab 7.7's Super AMOLED HD 1280 x 800 panel), the Tab 7.0 Plus also offers triband HSPA+, WiFi a/b/g/n (2.4/5GHz) and twin cameras. On the back there's a 3-megapixel camera with autofocus and an LED flash, while a 2-megapixel camera is on the front for video calling. Inside there's Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi Direct and WiFi Channel bonding support, USB 2.0 and USB Host, and a microSD card slot to augment the 16GB or 32GB of onboard storage. It's 193.65 x 122.37 x 9.96 mm and weighs 345g. Power is courtesy of an unspecified 1.2GHz dual-core processor, paired with 1GB of RAM, and there are the usual proximity, accelerometer, digital compass, gyro and ambient light sensors. On top of Honeycomb, Samsung's TouchWiz interface delivers its media, social, ereading and other hubs, together with some custom widgets and software like Kies Air. No word, at this stage, on exactly how much the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will cost. The company says it will land in Indonesia and Austria first, at the end of October, before seeing a progressive roll-out globally including Southeast and Southwest Asia, US, Europe, CIS, Latin America, Middle East, Africa, Japan and China. [gallery] [via SlashGear]
this tweet. In case you missed it the Tab hit the FCC earlier this month with T-Mobile 4G bands so we had a feeling this was coming, and now its been confirmed although that is all T-Mobile had to say.
new and much rumored HTC Amaze 4G. Coming in October both the Amaze 4G and Samsung Galaxy S II will take advantage of T-Mobiles new HSPA+ 42 network technology. The Amaze 4G features a 1.5 Ghz dual-core processor and should be one awesome phone, more details can be found below.
detailed back in August, we were able to get some hands-on time with the phone. Today T-Mobile has announced the fastest Galaxy S II yet with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor will be available starting October 10th.
AT&T's 4G-enabled version of the 10.1-inch Acer Iconia Tab, the A501, will go on sale September 18 the carrier has confirmed, though don't expect crazy fast data speeds. In fact, the 4G only refers to HSPA+, not the LTE on the roadmap for later this year. Priced at $330 with a new, two-year data agreement, or $480 without, the 16GB Iconia Tab A501 is, 4G connectivity aside, identical to the A500 we reviewed previously On the back there's a 5-megapixel camera, while a 2-megapixel camera is up front for video calls. As well as the HSPA+ there's WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth, along with USB 2.0, HDMI and a microSDHC memory card slot. NVIDIA's Tegra 2 processor keeps things running. Acer says it will also be offering a 32GB version of the A501, though so far AT&T is yet to confirm it will be ranging the slate. OS is Android Honeycomb, and there's access to the Tegra Zone of games and other downloads. [device id="266"]