One of the coolest features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, multi-window, still isn’t available with some carriers. T-Mobile users will be the next to get the feature, with a software update arriving Wednesday, December 19th.
Since its release, the Nexus 4 has been really tough to buy but that might change very soon as reports have surfaced that the phone might come in stock at T-Mobile Stores in the US in time for Christmas. The marketing materials have started to arrive at those T-Mobile stores that didn’t get to stock Nexus 4 when it was launched the first time.
Unlike its competitors, T-Mobile is yet to roll out its LTE network in the country, which it only plans to introduce next year. What it does have is the infrastructure for HSPA+ network, one that T-Mo says is just as good as 4G LTE. Check if your area is now covered by the carrier’s HSPA+ network.
XDA member itsmikeramsay has released unofficial CM10.1 ROMs for Galaxy S3 owners on T-Mobile and AT&T handsets. Whilst there are still some bugs to be worked out, it’s a great start for users looking to run Android 4.2 on their S3.
UK’s EE has announced that it will launch the 4G service in 17 new cities and towns by March 2013. The carrier is also upgrading the 3G network in the country to DC-HSPA+.
Back in September, those who rock the HTC One S received an incremental software update from T-Mobile, which saw their handset moving up to Android 4.0.4. While you’re not going to get Jelly Bean this year, the carrier is now pushing out a new update to your phone.
The rumors regarding the new prepaid brand of T-Mobile were true after all, as the company has confirmed that it is testing its new prepaid service which it calls GoSmart Mobile.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is selling like hotcakes, and Google Wallet continues to gain ground as a leader in the mobile payment space. Sadly, you can’t use both together. Luckily for U.S. users, there’s an unofficial solution to that problem. Unless you use Verizon.
A merger with well-established regional carrier MetroPCS is very close to happening, but that’s not all T-Mobile is counting upon to get back in the fight. We also know the carrier’s radical views on the iPhones are slowly, but surely shifting, while an LTE rollout is bound to happen next year.
T-Mobile is changing its mobile phone subscription model by 2013. In gist, the carrier will only offer Value Plans, and it wants you to buy smartphones at full-price rather than go for a subsidized phone.