T-Mobile offers the white Samsung Galaxy S II for $99.99 until Sunday, 18 December!
Christmas is in a week but T-Mobile gives presents earlier. They decided to run a special promotion for the white Samsung Galaxy S II this weekend.
What is different about the Galaxy S II offered by T-Mobile is the dual-core 1.5 GHz processor and the large 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen. Everything else is exactly how you know it from the original version of Samsung Galaxy S II, including an 8MP camera and a front-facing 2MP camera, Bluetooth, GPS, 16GB of internal memory which can be expandable using a memory card slot, 1GB of RAM and last but not least the Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Back to the best part! The promotion is web-only and the deal involves a $50 mail-in rebate along with a new two-year contract with T-Mobile. All that and you have a brand new white Samsung Galaxy S II for only $99.99. Remember, this is available through Sunday, December 18. Starting Monday, the price will be back to $299.99. Think fast,my friends because clock is ticking!
Santa is bringing the white Samsung Galaxy S II starting 14 December, straight from T-Mobile.
Well, T-Mobile gave us good news when they tweeted about the launch date of the white shining Samsung Galaxy S II. Apparently, the smartphone will be available from T-Mobile’s website and it will cost you $229.99 with a two-year contract involved.
The white Galaxy S II will have a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor, a 1GB of RAM that allows you to multitask, 16GB of internal memory and a sparkling 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with 480×800 resolution. We must not forget the 8MP camera that helps you capture your most beautiful moments and the front-facing 2MP camera, Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n. Last but not least we should mention the Android 2.3 Gingerbread version that runs the place.
Basically, the white version has the same specifications as the black Samsung Galaxy S II from T-Mobile. So, hide your kids, your wives because here comes the glamorous white Samsung Galaxy S II!
T-Mobile revealed their intention to release the white Samsung Galaxy S2.
We still don’t know whether we’ll have a white Christmas or not, but T-Mobile plan to give a helping hand and offer the white version of Samsung Galaxy S2 “in the coming weeks”. They haven’t mentioned when it would happen, but it should be pretty soon.
Apart from wearing a white coat to blend in, the handset will have the same features and specs. The packed 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor allows access to T-Mobile’s 42Mbps HSPA+ connection, which sounds divine for downloading and fast browsing. It brings a rear-facing 8MP camera to make beautiful moments last and a 2MP front-facing camera, 16GB of internal storage expandable to 48GB with the help of a 32GB microSD card and 1GB of RAM.Of course, we shouldn’t forget about the 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with a resolution of 480×800 and the Android 2.3 Gingerbread on board.
Now, is it just me or a white and shinning Galaxy S2 would look great under the Christmas tree? Let’s just hope T-Mobile will hurry and the handset will be available in time for holidays.
The new BlackBerry Torch 9810 is available in stores from the 9th November.
As announced earlier, T-Mobile will be selling the new handset from 9th November but if you’re anxious you can pre-order it starting today. We also found out that you can have it for $249.99 with a $50 mail-in rebate and signing a new two-year contract with T-Mobile.
For those who don’t know, the Torch 9810 has a 1.2 GHz processor which helps browsing, socializing and gaming at high speeds, 768 MB of RAM, 8GB of memory which is expandable up to 32 GB with the help of a microSD card.
It comes with a fluid all-touch 3.2-inch display, having 480×640 resolution, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a 5MP autofocus camera with LED flash, which makes it easier to capture life in detail and 720p HD video recording. Being one of the newer handsets from RIM, it runs the new version of RIM’s Operating System for mobile phones, that is BlackBerry 7 OS and has a fast HSPA+ and Wi-Fi connectivity. It also has Bluetooth, GPS and a 1.270 mAh battery. Thanks to speech-to-text translation, files,emails or contacts may be searched without typing.
After announcing the release of the Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 Windows Phones together with their specs and availability regions plus dates, Nokia had some dissapointed fans as it was first said it would be no American availability. However, recent reports state that T-Mobile will have the Lumia 710 among its phones, with codename “Sword” wearing both white and black coats. This is expected to happen quite soon as same reports claim the smartphone will arrive to the U.S. market in January.
Nokia Lumia 710, a Windows Mango 7.5 phone, features a 1.4 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor, 512 MB of RAM and 8GB internal storage with microSD card slot that supports up to 24GB for storage extension.
The respectable mid-range handset provides a 3.7-inch 800×480 ClearBlack LCD, a 5 MP auto-focus camera with LED flash and 720p video capture. The phone weighting 126g, with 119×62.4×12.5 mm dimension and 1300 mAh battery (which supports 7.6 hours 3G talk time, 400 hours maximum 3G stand by) also provides WLAN 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, A-GPS, micro – USB connector and a charging port.
Today, the owners of T-Mobile myTouch 4G will receive one of the long-awaited updates of all time, the great Gingerbread update also known as Android 2.3.3.
These great news were announced on the official T-Mobile support forums, which says that the myTouch 4G update to Android 2.3.3 will begin with a limited pilot release on July 20th. So, this is just a testing roll-out, but T-Mobile also announced that a broader deployment to myTouch 4G users will begin in the coming weeks and will continue until the end of the year.
This new firmware update to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread will bring a lot of new enhancements and improvements:
“New features: – 2010 Exchange compatibility; – New version of Swype.
Improved issues: – Bluetooth audio works better when answering a call from phone and Bluetooth is paired; – Display is more stable and responsive during boot up or use; – Domestic roaming data connection is more stable; – Message inbox saves; – Various software and stability improvements.“
This limited pilot program will enable customers who request the update to receive it right on that day, so those who requested tomorrow will get to see it at the same day, and for the T-Mobile myTouch 4G owners disinterested on this update they will eventually receive the Android 2.3.3, but they will have to wait a little more time.
2010 Exchange compatibility New version of Swype Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS
Bluetooth audio works better when answering a call from phone and Bluetooth is paired Display is more stable and responsive during boot up or use Domestic roaming data connection is more stable Message inbox saves Various software and stability improvements
Telenav has just been updated to version 6.2 and is available for handful of T-Mobile devices like Vibrant, Optimus T, Defy, Cliq CT, and Comet.
This new update will bring a better functionality in several bits of the app and will improve your Waypoint app with the next features and improvements, and the first one is one of the best features:
multiroute suggestions (can give you up to three ways to get from point A to point B)
improved speech recognition
Quick Search is now available
Also, thus new update brings some big beautiful buttons, easy to read routes, weather updates, and the microphone which shall from this point out be listening to you all the better.
If you want to get this 6.2 update for Telenav you have to go to the Android Market, head out to Telenav section and download it. Telenav it’s a really great app that many users just can live without it, and is also a nice perk from your carrier. Also, you can check for other Telenav applications in the market that you might want cause they are pretty cool, including the one you’ll want to update. Now hit the Market and let us know how it works, and what would you change about it!
Great news for all of you folks looking to receive the T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network, because T-Mobile has announced the extension of its 4G network in 5 new cities in the US.
The 5 new locations that can now access their 21 Mbps network are: Des Moines, Iowa; Gainesville and Panama City, Florida; Monterey, California and Savannah, Georgia. The T-Mobile is already touting its HSPA+ 4G network as the largest 4G network in the United States, reaching users in more than 100 metropolitan areas and 200 million people nationwide.
“With download speeds approaching five Mbps in some cities & peak speeds of nearly 12 Mbps on its original 4G devices, T-Mobile customers using 4G can enjoy a lightning fast Web browsing experience, uninterrupted video streaming and quicker downloads at no additional cost,” T-Mobile notes and their goal is to cover over 140 million Americans with the enhanced 4G network by mid-2011.
So, you can now enjoy the potential of your Dell Streak 7, myTouch 4G, G2, and the Galaxy S 4G thanks to T-Mobile great HSPA+ 4G.