Discontinued T-Mobile Tablets Following
Apple iPad mini 2Compare8.5 reviewThe iPad mini with Retina Display kicker? That amazing 7.9" display carries the same resolution as the larger iPad. That's right, 2048x1536 pixels amounts to 326ppi pixel density, a record feat on a device that is basically all screen. Neither Nexus 7, nor the G Pad 8.3 can match this, but it's up to your if the premium design and the extra pixel density are worth the $399 starting price Apple is commanding for the iPad mini with Retina Display. Bear in mind that it is also incredibly thin and light, and all of that is achieved from an aluminum-crafted chassis that comes in the trendy Space Gray color now.+ View Specs
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (AT&T)CompareSamsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is an Android tablet featuring a 10.1 inch screen with several Samsung apps pre-loaded such as Media Hub and Smart Remote. There is also a 7000mAh battery inside to power the tablet.+ View Specs
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0Compare6 reviewThe Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 adopts the “Samsung look” - all plastic with a single physical home key encircled by a menu and back button (on-screen buttons are gone), and the rear camera is positioned centrally. But look at the spec sheet, and you won’t notice an inch of a difference. The Galaxy Tab 3 has a 7-inch 1024 x 600 pixel display, a 1.7GHz dual-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB or 16GB of internal storage. It’s also got a 3-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front cameras. Yes, that is exactly the same configuration last year’s Galaxy Tab 2 had. After carefully comparing the spec sheets, we did notice a single difference- the Galaxy Tab 3 is lighter with a weight of 0.66 pounds (302 g) compared to the 0.75lb (344 g) on the second-gen tablet. It’s also got narrower bezel, saving you a total of 0.44 inches (1.13cm) on the Y axis.+ View Specs
Google Nexus 7 (2013)Compare9.5 reviewThe second generation Google Nexus 7 tablet contiinues with the tradition of the first to offer great specs at cost, which ballooned the Android tablets market share, chipping away at the archrival's iPad domination. The 2013 iteration of the Nexus 7 comes with the record for a tablet 323ppi pixel density, quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 5 MP camera on the back, all for the low starting price of $230, cementing its place in the tablet hall of fame.+ View Specs
T-Mobile SpringBoardCompare7 reviewThe T-Mobile SpringBoard is an Android 3.2 tablet with a 7-inch touchscreen display, 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 5-megapixel camera, 16GB of internal memory and a second 1.3-megapixel shooter.+ View Specs
Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 T-MobileCompare8 reviewThis is the T-Mobile's version of the GALAXY Tab 10.1 Android running tablet which is the bigger brother of the Galaxy Tab, featuring a 10.1" display 1GHz dual-core processor, Android 3 and an 3MP camera that can record video in HD.+ View Specs
Samsung GALAXY Tab 7.0 PlusCompare7 reviewThe Samsung GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus is here to succeed the original GALAXY Tab, which pioneered the 7-inch tablet form factor back in 2010. It features a PLS LCD display with 1024 by 600 pixels of resolution and is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor. On the Software side, Android 3.2 Honeycomb comes out of the box beautified by Samsung's very own TouchWiz user interface. In addition, there is a 21Mbps HSPA+ radio on board so you can connected to the web even when on the go.+ View Specs
HTC FlyerCompare8 reviewHTC Flyer is a compact 7-inch touchscreen Android 2.3.3 tablet with 600x1024 pixels res, which will come with an integrated pressure-sensitive pen experience, courtesy of the new HTC Scribe technology. The feature will be used for note-taking and drawing. The tablet will be constructed out of HTC trademark aluminum unibody. It will be powered by a single-core 1.5GHz processor, and will feature 1GB RAM, coupled with 32GB of built-in storage (microSD slot is available). For photo and video taking the tablet biz will offer a 5MP main shooter, as well as a secondary 1.3MP front-facing cam for video chats. Powering all this goodness will be courtesy of a 4000mAh battery that is said to provide up to 4 hours of constant video playback.+ View Specs
T-Mobile G-SlateCompare8 reviewThe T-Mobile G-Slate made by LG is the next player joining the tablet race. The device runs Android 3.0 and it is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. It features an 8.9-inch display and is capable of recording in full HD, as well as 3D, thanks to two rear-facing cameras.+ View Specs
Samsung Galaxy Tab T-MobileCompare7 reviewThis is the version of Samsung Galaxy Tab for T-Mobile USA. The device is a tablet running Android 2.2 Froyo sporting a 7" capacitive LCD display with 1024x600 pixels resolution, microSDHC card slot, Wi-Fi and 3MP camera with LED flash. Its browser is both Adobe Flash and HTML5 capable.+ View Specs
Dell Streak 7Compare6.5 reviewDell Streak 7 features a compact (for a tablet) 7-inch Gorilla Glass touchscreen and has Nvidia's Tegra 2 chipset. Unfortunately, this device runs the good old Android 2.2 Froyo treatment. The Dell Streak 7 will run on T-Mo's HSPA+ network, capable of reaching theoretical peaks of 21 Mbps.+ View Specs
Discontinued T-Mobile tablets
This is a list of discontinued T-Mobile tablets that are no longer available for purchase from the carrier.
T-Mobile US is the fourth largest cell phone carrier in the United States, providing service to over 44 million subscribers nationwide. It operates a 3G GSM network, as well as 4G HSPA+ and LTE networks, which together cover 96% of the country's population. T-Mobile US is owned by Deutsche Telekom - the largest telecommunications company in Europe.
Discontinued T-Mobile tablets