T-Mobile announces three more phones

T-Mobile announces three more phones
In addition to the budget and eco-friendly Motorola Renew and the BlackBerry Curve 8900, T-Mobile USA today announced three phones that will be available 'soon'.

Motorola Renew Specifications
BlackBerry Curve 8900 Specifications

The successor of the Shadow will be named exactly the same and is just a slight update, with new design, more powerful CPU and battery and last but not least, supports the Unlimited HotSpot Calling service. The Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard smartphone also features Wi-Fi, IM, 2-megapixel camera and microSD slot.

T-Mobile Shadow Specifications

Part of the Supernova series, the 7510 is stylish but not expensive phone. The external display hides when inactive, to create a 'one piece' front surface. Opening the flip has never been easier, as the 7510 has a button and auto-opening mechanism, so you can get access to the 2.2" QVGA display and the keypad easier. The T-Mobile version of the Nokia 7510 is also a HotSpot-enabled phone for cheap calls through Wi-Fi networks, but it's key feature remains its design, coming with three color faceplates in the box.

The third new phone is the Samsung T119, which is targeted to those who want a phone as simple as possible. It is myFaves-enabled and features speakerphone, photo caller ID and basic organizing functions.

Samsung T119 Specifications

source: T-Mobile



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2 Comments

1. Jyakotu

Posts: 867; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

I don't like the Shadow's keypad. As for the other phone, Nokia's phone looks so similar to all other phones and the Samsung SGH-T119 should be offered for the prepaid option since it's for people who want a simple phone.

2. tflex

Posts: 146; Member since: Oct 24, 2008

i agree but i think the nokia looks kinda cool.

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