an update rolled out for the T-Mobile HTC One, bringing with it some needed improvements to reception and other areas. Unfortunately, it also brought a bug with it, and after updating users discovered the HDR feature for the camera app missing. Fast forward a couple days, and an update has been issued to fix this.
T-Mobile responded to AT&T Next with some biting comments, criticizing the implementation of the program and the ultimate cost it presents to subscribers. Such resulted in a bit of a carrier-on-carrier battle, and T-Mobile has again called out the program, this time with a couple of print advertisements. Also pulled into the criticism was Verizon Edge, a newly unveiled upgrade program by the carrier.
T-Mobile branded HTC One this morning. The update has only a few items listed under the improvements category however this looks like one that all users will want to grab as soon as possible. The update will leave your handset at Android 4.1.2, but it will bring the software version to 1.27.531.11.
Lookout Security & Antivirus app is available for free and also as a Premium offering. For many the free account may be enough to meet your needs, however the Premium version does have a few worthwhile features. With that in mind, it looks like Lookout Premium is now being included for T-Mobile users that go with the JUMP upgrade program.
T-Mobile JUMP two smartphone upgrades a year plan that T-Mobile revealed last week, we've now heard similar ideas from both AT&T and Verizon. Today AT&T announced their new "AT&T Next plan" with the promise that users can upgrade their smartphones once a year, instead of every 24 months. The idea sounds great, but T-Mobile has a few comments on AT&T's "answer".
T-Mobile announced they'll be the exclusive US carrier of Sony's impressive waterproof Xperia Z smartphone, and starting today it's finally available for pre-order. The device went up for sale for T-Mobile from select Sony stores only last week, but today T-Mobile has opened up pre-orders with overnight shipping starting tomorrow.
T-Mobile revealed a few pretty awesome changes to their plans moving forward, and one we're excited about is JUMP. Both new options from the carrier are available starting today, and you'll want to sign up for them right away so you can get prepared to make a jump to a new smartphone in just 6 months. More details on both new options can be found after the break.
T-Mobile had briefly mentioned they would be updating the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet in the "coming weeks." That update was promising to bring LTE connectivity for the tablet and well, we have to say we were a bit surprised to see that update come available so quickly. Simply put, if you are sporting a T-Mobile branded Galaxy Tab 2 10.1and happen to be living somewhere the carrier has LTE -- you want to grab this update.
in April the folks from T-Mobile started pushing out an update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the LG Optimus L9, but they quickly pulled the update after a slew of issues were found. However, today all you Optimus L9 owners that have been dealing with the issues after updating, or waiting for Jelly Bean, they've resumed the update this week.