T-Mobile stickers hint to possible HSPA+ enabled Windows Phone 7 handsets soon?

T-Mobile stickers hint to possible HSPA+ enabled Windows Phone 7 handsets soon?
When you think of value, some will easily agree that most consumers might opt to choose an HSPA+ enabled handset from T-Mobile’s lineup – as opposed to a standard 3G device. Well, for T-Mobile’s current selection of Windows Phone 7 devices, you’re only presented with 3G connectivity.

Interestingly enough, with Mango devices expected to make their presence known this coming fall, it might signal something we haven’t seen yet, which is an HSPA+ enabled Windows Phone 7 smartphone. Well, we soon might see that become a reality since couple of leaked shots show how there are differences with display unit stickers for T-Mobile’s Windows Phone 7 selection.

As you can probably distinguish, the magenta themed Windows Phone 7 stickers have that all too prominent 4G logo on them – as opposed to standard one. Of course, we can guess at this point which handset will indeed boast the faster data connection, but it’s likely going to be some kind of Mango inspired one.

source: TmoNews via Engadget



1. Leyjee

Posts: 47; Member since: Feb 25, 2011

Me wanty

2. snowgator

Posts: 3621; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Wonder how 4G, no matter if it is the AT&T, WiMaxx, or LTE versions, will fit in with the Mango lineup. The single-core LTE's on Verizon have been effective, so Windows devices should be right at home. No reason Sprint shouldn't have 4G. Fun thought ....

3. Seylan unregistered

I hope its a Nokia device! 4G phones are exactly what they need to gain more US customers.....

4. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

i wonder if that means nokia is launching on Tmo or if this is another HTC set.. ooooh fun fun. Havent gotten any of this stuff at my store, but its nice to see it.

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