T-Mobile to launch Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 on October 26th and rollout 6 devices on November 2nd
0. phoneArena posted on 02 Oct 2011, 03:06
A picture of T-Mobile's internal calendar shows that the nation's fourth largest carrier intends on launching the Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 on October 26th; the same leak also brings forward the news that the carrier plans on launching 6 handsets on November 2nd...
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1. MAS10X posted on 02 Oct 2011, 03:36 0 0
One of those devices better be the Samsung Hercules, like that name more than SGS2, or else i'm jumping ship to sprint
4. Galen20K posted on 02 Oct 2011, 06:08 2 0
Galaxy S II for T-Mobile launches October 12th, with a presale on the 10th so its not one of those six devices.
2. Thump3rDX17 posted on 02 Oct 2011, 03:43 0 0
oh this'll be fun! i'm thinking...GSII, Amaze 4G, LG myTouch and that LG slider with the dual touch screens. HOPEFULLY there'll be a new high end Motorola to join in as well. AT&T, Sprint & Verizon is getting all the Moto Love in the forms of the Atrix, Photon & Bionic, all very respected phones on their respective networks.
5. remixfa posted on 02 Oct 2011, 08:57 0 0
the hercules comes out next week, so thats a no go... and if im not mistaken, the amaze is coming right about the same time.
Im just hoping they drop the Prime ASAP. With the crap snapdragon in the hercules, its on my pass list. Im thinking the prime will be my last phone for quite a while if its as nice as we all think its going to be... especially with the new rumors that it might be the new 1.5ghz 2nd gen Exynos chip. Geek nirvana? maybe.
6. remixfa posted on 02 Oct 2011, 09:56 0 0
but more than likely we will see some refreshes to the grandma-phone line up, since there hasnt been much change there except the gravity 4 aka gravity TXT.
3. som posted on 02 Oct 2011, 05:37 0 0
Samsung releases 1.5GHz Exynos dual-core processor and 16MP camera CMOS for mobiles.
9. remixfa posted on 02 Oct 2011, 10:57 1 0
the new exynos 4212 chip. 25% more power, battery life, ect per clock setting. Clocked at 1.5ghz at the same time. Rumors have it possibly making its debut in the nexus prime. Other than my geeky desires, that would make more sense to me than an OMAP, as the nexus's have always had the best processor availible or introduced us to a new processor like the original nexus did with snapdragon. Nothing wrong with the OMAP, but it would definatly break the nexus tradition of being the top tier phone, first to new techs, ect.
7. lubba posted on 02 Oct 2011, 10:00 0 1
There's something mentally wrong with iphone users. They do things just to make headlines. For example camping out in front of a store weeks ahead of launch. Now this author claims they're calling tmo to bitch. Now this gives me incentive not to ever buy one. Why? Afraid of becoming mental. Anyway feels good to eat mango and be sane. By the way, not everyone on tmo upset about iphone. Its wp7 too.
8. AppleFUD (unregistered) posted on 02 Oct 2011, 10:53 0 1
I'm sure some (most) of those people are hired by apple corporate in order to get free publicity, and it works every time. Most studies show that ~70% of the people in line for apple products are those buying for Asian black markets. Few "normal" people can takes days off from their lives to camp out in line. And if they are actual customers then that shows you that those people are not what studies show apple users to be--instead they are broke unemployed dweebs. Kind of what the UK study showed about iPhone users lol. . . generally their bank accounts are in the red.
10. remixfa posted on 02 Oct 2011, 10:59 1 0
its the same thing every year.. the whole "customers migrating to X carrier to get iphones".. which while there are those that do that, they are in the minority. I hear it every year from customers thinking of switching to att/vzw whatever for an iphone. But then when they do the cost comparison between their curretn plans, the plans required for the iphone, and the feature differences between iOS and android.. few ever switch.