T-Mobile just recently announced Galaxy S Blaze 4G from Samsung. Blaze will feature a GPS receiver like all other smartphones these days and come pre-installed with TeleNav GPS Navigator which brings you voice-guided turn-by-turn driving directions in addition real-time traffic information as well as 3D maps.
You’ll have to wait until the end March to get your hands on this almost high-end smartphone which should cost you $150 after a $50 mail-in-rebate.
Of course one of the selling points of this phone is the fact that it can connect to T-Mo’s network at 4G speeds which uses the HSPA+42 system. Some other features of Samsung Galaxy S 4G Blaze from T-Mobile include:
- Runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system
- Snapdragon S3 dual core processor from Qualcomm running at 1.5GHz
- 3.97″ Super AMOLED touch screen
- 720p HD video recorder
- 5MP camera with 4x digital zoom, flash and advanced shooting modes, and 1.3MP front-facing camera
- Preloaded with Netflix, DropBox, Evernote, Square, TripIt, Camscanner and LinkedIn
T-Mo’s new myTouch has been announced for a while but last time we talked about it we couldn’t go into much detail. Now we have this whole spec sheet above. You could read the whole thing of course but here are the highlights:
- free turn by turn GPS navigation from Google Maps
- 3.8″ touch screen
- Android 2.2
- HSPA+ (4G) network support, WiFi b/g/n
- Adobe Flash support
- HD camcorder, 5MP camera, front facing camera
- 8GB microSD card
- 3.5mm audio jack
T-Mobile just announced a brand new Android 2.2 phone called T-Mobile myTouch. Don’t confuse this with their myTouch 3G for the new myTouch offers 4G speeds. They can’t officially call this 4G because of legal reasons but it does operate at 4G speeds, namely HSPA+ networks.
T-Mobile myTouch will have a 3.8″ WVGA touch screen, second-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz MSM8255 processor, preinstalled 8 GB microSD memory card, and video chat capability thanks to the front facing camera, HD recording, and a 5MP camera.
Needless to say the new myTouch will have an A-GPS receiver and support all sorts of location aware apps.
Finally the successor for T-Mobile G1 is out. It is simply called T-Mobile G2 and is designed by HTC. It was just officially announced by T-Mobile and it will be available later this month. This is the first phone in the U.S. to support HSPA+ network, a version of 4G connectivity. T-Mobile claims their 4G network covers more than 100 million people in 55 major metropolitan areas.
Back to the phone. T-Mobile’s G2 has a 3.7″ screen, full slide out keyboard, 5MP camera with LED flash, 3.5mm audio jack, GPS of course, Adobe flash support, Android 2.2 OS, 1300mAh battery, and a 800Mhz processor.
Some other features include the ability to record HD videos, 8GB microSD card (supports upto 32GB), and 4GB internal memory.
It should cost the usual $200 with a 2 year contract.
Android+Samsung lovers rejoice – for it’s now official that Samsung’s Vibrant is coming to T-Mobile. Do we even need to mention this smartphone is capable of GPS navigation? We will anyways. The specs say it comes with an A-GPS receiver; which is part of any 3G module these days. Anyhow, the phone is also known as Samsung Galaxy S or GT-I9000 and will be running Android 2.1 when it comes out of the box but you can expect to get Froyo very soon.
Some hardware specs of the Samsung Vibrant include 1GHz processor, 512MB memory, 1500mAh battery, 4″ super Amoled screen, WiFi b/g/n, A-GPS receiver, 5MP camera, accelerometer, digital compass, proximity, and light sensor.
Wait until July 21st, come with $199, and a pen to sign the 2yr contract.
Nokia and T-Mobile last week announced Nokia E73 Mode exclusively made for T-Mobile. Device will start selling on June 16th and retail for $70 after a full 2 year contract.
Some highlights or Nokia E73 include full QWERTY keyboard, 2.4″ screen, integrated GPS receiver, and the 5MP camera. List of specs is a lot longer though, including 1500mAh that should last 12 hours on GSM talk time, microUSB connector and charging, 3.5mm audio connector, quad band GSM including 850/900/1800/1900MHZ, and WCDMA at 900/1700-2100/2100 Mhz, WiFi b and g, bluetooth, Nokia Maps 3.0 for GPS navigation, and a lot more.
Check out Nokia’s mini site for more details.
We’ve talked about garminfone here before but it was just officially announced by T-Mobile with a release date of June 9th. T-Mobile Garminfone will cost $200 after a two year contract and a $50 mail in rebate. Specs for Garminfone haven’t changed: Integrated GPS, HSPA 3G, bluetooth, WiFi, Webkit browser, 3.5″ screen, 3MP camera, and 1150mAh are some of the highlights.
T-Mobile already has a mini site where you can sign up to get notified when it hit the stores.
T-Mobile just introduced the next generation myTouch 3G phone called myTouch 3G Slide from HTC. One of its biggest highlights – different from the original myTouch 3G is the fact that Slide carries a slide out qwerty keyboard. Pricing on myTouch 3G Slide is not announced yet but we have a decent list of specs on this now mid-range Android operated smartphone. Slide will have a large 3.4″ screen, come with the latest Android 2.1 OS with Swype preloaded, and carry a GPS receiver. Other decent software enhancements include myModes which can take away say work related apps when it is the weekend. Another is the Genius Button (from Dragon Dictation by Nuance Communications) which allows use of voice commands for things like making calls, composing and sending texts and e-mails, searching the Web or even your surroundings. It can also read text messages aloud, and lets you dictate responses naturally as if you were speaking directly to a person.
Camera is also better on myTouch 3G Slide; 5MP camera with autofocus and flash. It comes out in June and will be offered exclusively by T-Mobile in red, black, or white.
We just talked about Garminfone that will be exclusively available from T-Mobile. The phone is not out yet but some people managed to get their hands on the device, and unboxed it while documenting every step.
What makes Garminfone special is that fact that you’ll have Garmin’s expertise in GPS navigation always with you. The interface is familiar, maps are preloaded, and you can navigate to a location stored in a picture.
Would you prefer a Garminfone over another Android phone with free Google navigation?
T-Mobile just announced their latest Android powered handset from Garmin-Asus called garminfone. It is pretty much the U.S. version of nuvifone A50. Here is everything you need to know in one place:
- possibly the best navigation experience on a smartphone
- coming out Spring 2010 exclusive from T-Mobile
- runs Android 1.6 with Breeze UI
- 3.5″ 320 x 480, TFT capacitive HVGA touchscreen
- 1150mAh Lithium Ion battery
- Qualcomm MSM7227 processor
- HSPA 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, USB 2.0
- 3MP autofocus camera with digital zoom
- comes with maps of North America, 6 million POIs
- 4GB memory, microSD card slot up to 32GB
- supports Microsoft Exchange e-mail
- geotag photos, remember where you parked, navigate back to photo location
- real time traffic, weather, local events, movies, gas prices
- garmin voice studio to allow recording of custom voice directions
- WebKit, 528.5+ browser