T-Mobile and Google announced the Android-powered G1 smartphone by HTC. The first Android smartphone ever to be released to the public. For a little throwback Monday, here's our T-Mobile G1 Review. Isn't that chin a beauty? We think so!
T-Mobile has opened up pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The handset is expected to begin shipping on October 1st and as we have come to expect with T-Mobile, the Note 3 comes with an initial downpayment followed by another 24 monthly payments. T-Mobile will also be offering the Galaxy Gear, but so far there is no sign of available pre-orders for the smartwatch.
back and forth in advertisements over the years, however it looks like one of those carriers has recently come under fire from the National Advertising Division (NAD). In this instance we are looking at what T-Mobile has been saying about AT&T. Perhaps key here though, while T-Mobile has been asked to stop using certain terms, they are not necessarily being told they have to make any changes.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch are finally about to pay off, as the devices are both hitting pre-order status across the US. AT&T announced theirs would be live tonight, and this afternoon T-Mobile has confirmed the Galaxy Note 3 and Gear will kick off for them on Wednesday.
LG G2 smartphone has officially launched for those in the US. The handset is now widely available with a trio of carriers including Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile. The price points are similar across the carriers, however as we have been seeing lately, they each have a few purchase options available. Regardless of the carrier though, you will be getting a handset with a 5.2-inch display that is powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor.
T-Mobile is getting ready to make some changes to their unlimited data hotspot bundles. The details are coming by way of some leaked screenshots and although the details suggest the changes should already be in effect, there are some mixed reports in terms of availability. That being said, it looks like the carrier has bumped the hotspot allowances for those using an unlimited data plan.
Moto X was going to arrive with a locked bootloader. But on the flip side of that, it was previously announced that majority of the carriers would allow users to unlock the bootloader should they want to go that route. Anyway, with that in mind, it looks like the Motorola website has already been updated to reflect the T-Mobile availability.
Motorola announced their new customizable smartphone, the Moto X, they made sure to mention it would be available from all five major US carriers. While the device will be available in stores from the main four, T-Mobile won't be selling the device direct. Instead, it will be available online only from Motorola.com or reportedly the Google Play Store.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be heading to five US carriers, of which we have seen confirmation of the release coming from four. The one missing at this time is US Cellular, however perhaps more important for today is the pre-order availability with two of those carries. Those include Verizon Wireless and AT&T and each have the Galaxy Note 3 available for pre-order as of today.