Samsung SGH-T999L. Is this T-Mobile’s Galaxy S III with LTE?

T-Mobile is the only major carrier in the US that doesn’t have an LTE network. Sure enough, it does offer 4G services, but they’re limited to HSPA+ 42Mbps. All this will change next year, when T-Mobile is going to launch LTE, obviously helped (financially) by its parent company, Deutsche Telekom. T-Mobile’s official goal is to roll-out its LTE network and cover roughly 100 million people by mid-2013. Thus, it could introduce quite a few LTE smartphones and tablets in the… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note II US pricing unveiled

Announced for the US market last month, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is available there as of today, although only one carrier (T-Mobile) is selling it for now. If you want to buy the Note II from T-Mobile, you’ll have to pay $369.99 (after a $50 mail-in rebate). That’s a crazy price, we know. Anyhow, T-Mobile lets you choose the handset in either white, or blue, here.
Sprint will offer the Galaxy Note II tomorrow, October 25, for $299.99 on… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note II will be launched by AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, US Cellular

Samsung’s first Android 4.1 Jelly Bean device, the Galaxy Note II, will be released in the US soon — at about the same time with LG’s new Optimus G. Samsung has confirmed that the Note II would be offered by five US mobile carriers, the same that started selling the Galaxy S III several months ago: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and US Cellular.
US Cellular is the only carrier to take pre-orders for the Note II. It asks $299.99… Read more

T-Mobile USA announces the Samsung Galaxy Note, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich included

Many months after it’s been launched in the US by AT&T, the Samsung Galaxy Note is now coming to T-Mobile. The fourth largest US carrier has announced that it would offer the Galaxy Note starting the coming weeks. It didn’t say how much the handset would cost, but it will probably be more than $200 on contract (since AT&T’s version can be bought for $249.99).
T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and comes with Samsung’s Premium… Read more

When and where to buy the Samsung Galaxy S III in the US: AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, US Cellular

Samsung made a splash earlier this week by announcing that its new Galaxy S III would be released in the US via no less than five mobile operators. Naturally, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are among those operators. The fifth one is US Cellular.
Unlike it did with the Galaxy S and Galaxy S II (in 2010 and 2011, respectively), Samsung is taking a different approach with the launch of the S III Stateside: the phone’s design will be similar… Read more

T-Mobile lets you win an HTC One S, plus $4,000

If you’re in need of a free and nice 4G smartphone from T-Mobile USA, but don’t know how to get it, the carrier is now giving you a hand with its newest contest, dubbed “The 4G Tweet race.” Starting today, May 3, and until May 9, fans will have the chance to win a brand new HTC One S (with one year of T-Mobile’s Unlimited Value service) daily. Moreover, handset winners will participate to a final drawing for a grand… Read more

AT&T, T-Mobile unveil launch dates for HTC One X, HTC One S

Two of HTC’s latest Android smartphones are about to debut in the US, and they’ll do it in the next few weeks thanks to two major carriers. The HTC One S will be available via T-Mobile starting April 25, while the HTC One X is going to arrive at AT&T on May 6. The handsets bring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense 4 UI for the first time to the two networks.
AT&T’s HTC One X – which, as you… Read more

Research firm predicts the obvious: Samsung Galaxy S II will be more popular than Motorola’s Droid Bionic

Ah, the Samsung Galaxy S II and the Motorola Droid Bionic! Two Android smartphones that have relatively similar features (including dual-core processors), and are about to be released in the US. They will certainly attract many users avid of having the latest devices, so it’s no wonder that various websites are comparing them. But some just compare them in the wrong way.
Take this study from Mashwork. They ask themselves, “how do you know which one [between the Galaxy S… Read more