Posts Tagged ‘T-Mobile’
Better late, than never. T-Mobile USA has finally introduced the most popular entry-level Android smartphone, none other than the HTC Wildfire S. With the announcement, the smartphone has been made available for purchase for as low as $79.99 upon signing up with a new two year agreement and after a $150 discount and $50 Web-only discount. The deal surely comes packed with a lot of discounts. (more…)
Leading retailer, Best Buy, has just made an announcement on a one-day exclusive offer for all versions of Google’s Nexus S, on August 3. This is surely a smart offer from Best Buy, specially for those looking forward to upgrade to an Android handset or making it as a second phone, upon signing a two-year contract. (more…)
In a recent development, mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless is rumored on gearing up for the release of the upcoming model of iPhone and obviously trying to finish up with the stock of previous iPhone models. Verizon Wireless is preparing to put in place a series of discounted offers for iPhone 4 models, voiced to clear out the previous inventory.
Oh, hello, what is this ugly looking thing that is heading to T-Mobile? Ah, that’s right, it is the Huawei Sonic smartphone with Android Gingerbread on the inside. This little thing that sports a 3.5-inch touch display with NFC functionality and support for T-Mobile’s 4G speeds, could become a sleeper hit if the price is cheap as it looks.
It seems like, T-Mobile is gearing up to add yet another device to its MyTouch series, voiced to carry a name tag of MyTouch 4G Slide, which has just made an appearance at the FCC. Awaiting announcement, the mobile phone had been spotted earlier under the name of HTC Doubleshot but now it seems to come launched as MyTouch 4G Slide.
Coming soon is the HTC Sensation, the second dual core handset to hit T-Mobile, and believe us when we say this, the phone is a beast from hell, and we are not exaggerating this at all. The specs on this device makes our mouth wet with anticipation, this should kick some serious ass come launch day.