T-Mobile managers getting trained on the HTC Desire?

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T-Mobile managers getting trained on the HTC Desire?
Android's successful introduction can be attributed to T-Mobile's almost seemingly gamble on partnering with Google to launch an unknown mobile operating system into the market a while ago. Even though the HTC Desire is still speculated to make its way to AT&T, now T-Mobile's name is being thrown into the mix as Androincia reports that a T-Mobile store manager was being shuffled away to be trained on several upcoming phones; including the HTC Desire. In trying to find more truth to the speculations, they've taken the liberty of contacting T-Mobile employees who state that all of their managers are away for training. With the HTC Nexus One already on board with T-Mobile's 3G network, the onset of the HTC Desire may open a rift between customers – it's nice that customers might be offered a choice between two high-end smartphones, but HTC will be competing with itself heavily with T-Mobile's diverse Android offerings. Although news about T-Mobile getting the HTC Desire might be considered far fetched, previous rumors pointed that other US carriers would receive it as well – so the thought of T-Mobile owning two high-end Android phones aren't out of the possibility

HTC Desire Specifications | Hands-on

source: Androinica via Cell Phone Signal



1. 203RichBoy

Posts: 76; Member since: Dec 15, 2009

The Desire does not need to be crippled by AT&T like they how the did the Moto Backflip. A T-Mobile version only makes sense.

2. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

its not like the Nexus One is an easy purchase. Most people are a bit hesitant to buy an expencive ass phone site unseen. Having the Desire in store will sell like wildfire, since its essentially the same phone but with Sence 2.0. I'll stilll never understand why manufacturers dont just leave every radio in the phone and sell it across all MFCTRs in store instead of having only radios for ATT or Tmobile. But whatever.... :) Right now Tmobile has no Sence UI Android phones, so it would be a welcome addition. Ive been fiddling with the HD2 dummy. Its so big and thin and pretty... If it wasnt windows Id be buying one. Can someone please put Android 2.1 on it? LOL Its sooooo nice otherwise :)

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