T-Mobile fans. They have huge plans for a 4G LTE network to take on Verizon and AT&T, but new reports are stating their 4G LTE could finally kick off next week. Details have confirmed that T-Mobile could enable their 4G LTE market in Las Vegas as early as next week followed by Kansas City and others in February. Even bigger news is the Samsung Galaxy S III and Note II will be the first devices with 4G LTE support.
Nexus 4 hasn't been an easy to get handset. In fact, it has been quite the opposite with inventory going quick and customers seeing out of stock messages more often then seeing in stock messages. And while both the T-Mobile and Google Play Store listings are currently showing the handset as out of stock -- that should soon be changing with T-Mobile.
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note II smartphone it looks like the folks from Samsung and T-Mobile are pushing out a quick software update this morning. All you Note II owners should be on the lookout to accept an update that should fix a few problems, most notably that Exynos exploit we mentioned late last year.
Google's popular Nexus 4 smartphone to share. We've been rather quiet regarding this entire "out of stock" situation, but seriously it's extremely sad and sort of pathetic to be completely honest. Google and LG seemingly have blown what could have been an awesome device and a top notch launch.
CES 2013, we have some information from T-Mobile. It seems the carrier has announced the availability of the Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan and HD Voice as well as the upcoming release of an LTE compatible Galaxy S III. The unlimited data plan and HD Voice are available as of today, however the release of the refreshed Galaxy S III was left open.
Nexus 4 availability with the Google Play Store, however a leaked T-Mobile memo shows that the handset will soon be available with the carrier. In fact, according to details included in the memo -- the Nexus 4 will be available with all T-Mobile retail locations within a few weeks time.
T-Mobile have a little gift coming soon for those HTC One S smartphone owners. Earlier this week we reported the international HTC One S was finally starting to get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates, and now we can confirm HTC and T-Mobile are in the final testing stages of the same update for their own customers.
Bluetooth SIG filing suggests that an LTE capable Galaxy S III could be heading to T-Mobile.
FCC filing leaves little mystery as to where this handset is heading. In short, it is looking like T-Mobile is going to be bringing the ZTE Grand X to the US market. That said, we have the specs but nothing in terms of when the handset may come available.