Nokia Lumia 900 coming to T-Mobile, employee says so
1. captainqtp posted on 17 Apr 2012, 03:50 1 0
If it were released within the next month or two with a better camera I'd be very interested. I still prefer HSPA+ over LTE on smartphpnes due to battery life. Windows phone limitations on display resolution and processor speed still bug me though, which why my current plan is to wait for Apollo.
5. Snoobab posted on 17 Apr 2012, 07:59 3 0
Battery life on the Lumia 900 will give most HSPA+ handsets a run for their money, trust me.
3. IamTheGodfatherofCell posted on 17 Apr 2012, 06:56 1 2
Wow....are you flipping serious???? An employee at a t mobile store is the source for this news article???? Are you freaking.joking..??? How tthe funk does a employees at a retail location know anything about a phone.possibly being sold on the carrier networks?????
17. IamTheGodfatherofCell posted on 18 Apr 2012, 06:02 0 1
Its my job too...has been for a decade.
4. tward291 posted on 17 Apr 2012, 07:16 1 0
man o man i would be in line to get that if it were true i see no reason why we wouldnt get it
9. remixfa posted on 17 Apr 2012, 12:32 0 0
I work at T-Mobile and I have my ear to the ground as much as anyone. This rumor, as far as the source goes, is bunk. There is no internal information regarding ANY phone that far from launch, much less the 900
10. jlscott777 posted on 17 Apr 2012, 14:50 0 0
The tech rumor mill is becoming an entire internet entertainment arena in itself.
11. magicon posted on 17 Apr 2012, 16:34 0 0
if it were to be in nigeria i whould have b the first to buy it
13. rsiders posted on 17 Apr 2012, 18:02 0 0
Our most capable phone is the HTC Radar 4g(the only video chat capable Windows Phone). Of course we'd be freaking interested.lol Rumors. Rumors. I learned to have a believe when it happens approach after being let down so much.
14. remixfa posted on 17 Apr 2012, 20:51 1 0
the nokia is definitely more capable than the radar. Who cares about video calls when you have to give up navigation to get it. ill take nokia maps over video chat any day of the week... and judging by sales, so would most customers.
16. rsiders posted on 17 Apr 2012, 22:11 0 0
That's your opinion plus the Nokia 710 is only like $50 so who wouldn't get it. Give me video chat and I'll work with the Bing maps. Navigation beyond what's already available isn't all that necessary. This is just MY opinion.
15. jimjam posted on 17 Apr 2012, 21:47 0 0
Doesn't the radar have mobile hotspot but the 710 doesn't?