Posts tagged t-mobile
The buttons are up across the internet, everywhere from Blockbuster On Demand to Barnes and Noble. I’ve been trying to put one in the cart but have been unable to add it. Let us know in the comments if you’re successful!
Update: As of 11:23pm Arizona time, the upgrade system was unavailable. At this point I’m curious as to what my upgrade price will be.
Update: 11:45pm Arizona time, the system is working now.
T-Mobile’s HTC HD2 site is currently undergoing maintenance. With today being the 23rd and the 24th being the supposed release date, it seems only imminent that soon the HD2 will be available to all!
Taking a look at T-Mobile’s product page for the HTC HD2 shows some promising enhancements that are sure to ‘redefine what you think a phone can be.’ A few of the outstanding features of the HD2 is the large multitouch screen (4.3”) and a 1ghz processor. That’s a small netbook…large phone! What’s even better is the promise of the following features.
The update for our Touch Pro2’s has been out for a few weeks. I get a lot of emails asking how to upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.5. This post will walk you through how to upgrade your Touch Pro2 to Windows Mobile 6.5. Keep reading for the full tutorial.
According to the recently discovered Terms of Sale pdf for the Google Phone it will sell unlocked for $429. It will be available through a carrier as a subsidized phone as well. So far T-Mobile is the only one mentioned. Of course if you sign up through TMo with the subsidized phone (2 year plan) and then cancel your contract you will be liable to Google for the subsidized amount, otherwise known as a product recovery fee.
Our take on the Nexus One/Google Phone: The sleek design will be a selling point for many. Many like their phone to look nice. Later on they will discover the power it has. On the subject of power, a 1GHZ Snapdragon processor may have been extreme 10 years ago when Google was first getting started but in our eyes that’s an expected development.
However, with more power, brighter screens and higher data speeds comes shorter battery life. Batteries haven’t seen significant advancements being brought to the general public in a long time. My expectation is that it’s going to be 2010, I should have a device that will last me through a long day of much use by now.
One thing that would be great is a solar panel screen, or back plate, so we have some method of charging it should we fall into a time portal.
Gasp! Wha? Yup, the new rumour on the streets is that T-Mobile is the next contender in the Space Race and will surpass all other current 4G efforts State Side with their new roll out. Currently those speeds are being thrown around Philadelphia in a testing stage. Supposedly this coverage will coincide with the current 3G coverage that T-Mobile offers and more. I mean, can you imagine your phone downloading faster than your home PC? Thank goodness for 32GB microSDHC cards or we would run out of space to put all the movies we’re going to download. Oh did I forget to mention that this rollout is to precede AT&T’s 7.2MBPS rollout? Yeah, that’s right, we’ll see it by the end of 2010, just in time for Jupiter to ignite into a second sun.
Source: Engadget et al.
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