Nexus 4 is one hard phone to find, at least if you're looking for it on the Google Play Store. The phone sold out in minutes once it launched on Google Play Store, and since then, it's been nothing but broken hearts and full wallets. Google thought placing a link to T-Mobile's online Nexus 4 listing would help the situation, but it looks like that was only a temporarily solution to an ongoing problem.
LG Nexus 4, we have some good news. After the disaster and quick sell out of the Nexy on Google Play yesterday, some fans weren't too excited on missing out. If you really want to save a few dollars, and sign a contract, T-Mobile has the 16GB model online and in-stores starting today.
Galaxy S III owners on T-Mobile are finally getting the coveted Jelly Bean update. Android 4.1.1 is coming to device owners OTA and through Samsung Kies desktop software. Hopefully, this is just the beginning of the upcoming Jelly Bean updates as AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and US Cellular have to yet to issue updates to device owners.
T-Mobile originally reported that the new Nexus 4 would not support Wi-Fi calling on its network, and after earlier today we reported it would be allowed, T-Mobile's confirmed this will not be available. Sadness.
T-Mobile continues to modernize their network, known as a refarm, they've announced today that today three new Metro areas will all be getting better and faster HSPA+ speeds. T-Mobile took this moment to also state unlocked devices like the iPhone will get 70% faster speeds than on AT&T's network, but this also holds true for all Android devices.
LG Optimus L9 - the new handset has officially launched at T-Mobile. The L9 doesn't fetch too steep a price, which makes it a good choice for those who need a decent handset on the cheap. Make no mistake, the L9 isn't going to be burning up the benchmarks, but it should be a suitable device for those who don't need to have the latest and greatest.
AT&T and T-Mobile have announced that they will be opening up their networks for customers of both carriers in New York and New Jersey, two areas that have been hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. Since both companies use GSM and UTSM networks, it means that users will be able to switch between the two networks with no problem.
Google finally announced the LG-made Nexus 4, and T-Mobile has wasted no time getting us a list of devices it will be offering this holiday season. The list features a number of different devices covering both Windows Phone 8 and Android, and as you may have already guessed, the Nexus 4 is one of the stars on the list. T-Mobile takes pride in pointing out that it's one of Google's "premier launch partners" for the Nexus 4, so if you're a T-Mobile customer, you can be one of the first to get your hands on the shiny new handset.