T-Mobile has been teasing the upcoming availability of the Nexus 7 on Twitter lately. They weren't offering much in terms of hints, and the tweets were simply offering a coming soon message. But that being said, the carrier has opened up pre-orders. And while this is the same Nexus 7 that is already available by way of the Google Play Store, T-Mobile does have a potential perk.
Nexus 5, a lot of interested buyers have been wondering when Google's latest smartphone will be making its way to their favorite carriers. While T-Mobile earlier left a rather vague message that the smartphone will be available in the coming weeks, this latest leak puts a definite timestamp on that schedule.
T-Mobile is getting ready to push MetroPCS into 15 additional markets. This latest expansion will be taking place later in November. Specifically, the expansion is set to begin on November 21. This will mean prepaid 4G LTE MetroPCS coverage for select cities in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon and Pennsylvania.
Xperia Z1 flagship, at least if they're on T-Mobile. While no exact date has been set in stone yet, the smartphone has just been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG bearing T-Mobile's name, suggesting that an official launch might be coming soon.
Nexus 5 would be available from the Play Store today and arriving with other retailers soon. The Play Store has the handset priced at $349 and $399 for the 16GB and 32GB models respectively, however we are expecting to see some changes once it arrives with the carriers. For example, T-Mobile will have it available using the JUMP! program.
Android 4.3 has begun rolling out for HTC One users with T-Mobile. We are seeing reports coming from various users across the US and if you happen to be carrying a T-Mobile branded One -- you can grab the update now be heading into the settings. T-Mobile has already updated the support page for the HTC One and it looks like this one will be WiFi only.
T-Mobile HTC One Android 4.3 update arriving mid-week, it looks like users still have a few days of waiting left. As we had been seeing, this latest status update comes by way of President of HTC America Jason Mackenzie. In this case, Mackenzie has begun responding to upset T-Mobile One users on Twitter.
T-Mobile announced the Alcatel ONE TOUCH Fierce back in late-September. At the time they offered some details in terms of the specs, pricing and release date. And well, judging from the specs and pricing, we knew this handset was going to fit squarely into the mid-range lineup. While we realize that may not sound all that exciting to some, there may be a something here with the Fierce. We have recently been carrying the ONE TOUCH Fierce and have been pleasantly surprised. Read on to check out the full review below.