T-Mobile 2006 SmartPhone Articles

Popular T-Mobile Articles for 2006

BlackBerry Pearl 8100 Review

The Pearl is RIM's first smartphone with support for playing music and video, plus it has a built in camera. Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief brings us a review of this smartphone.

RIM Blackberry 8700 Review

Research In Motion's Blackberry email devices are enjoying quite the boom these days, on par with Palm's Treo smartphones. Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, took a look at RIM's[...]

T-Mobile MDA Pocket PC Phone Review

Adama D. Brown brings us this review of the first of T-Mobile's famous MDA series to make it American shores, a Pocket PC phone based on the HTC Wizard design.

HTC P3300 First Thoughts Review

Brian Beeler offers his views after some time with the newly announced HTC P3300. After being so excited about the T-Mobile Dash (HTC S620), the P3300 did not disappoint.

T-Mobile SDA Smartphone Review

T-Mobile's newest import from Europe, the SDA smartphone, features almost everything you could think of jamming into it's tiny little case, including quad-band GSM/EDGE, Wi-Fi, and a QVGA screen, all[...]

T-Mobile Dash (HTC S620) First Thoughts

Brighthand's Brian Beeler recently had some "hands on" time with a Windows Mobile smartphone that, according to rumor anyway, will be available soon as the T-Mobile Dash.

T-Mobile Sidekick 3 Product Photo Leaked

Details are amazingly thin on the new release for T-Mobile, the Sidekick 3 made by Danger. We've seen more image fakes and just plain bad information on this particular unit[...]

T-Mobile USA On Track for 3G Rollout

T-Mobile USA was the big winner in the FCC's wireless spectrum auction that just wrapped up. This carrier was able to get significant amounts of new spectrum, a necessary step[...]

The Latest on the Sidekick 3

The FCC has given T-Mobile permission to release the next version of the Sidekick cellular-wireless handheld in the U.S. As a result, many of the details on this upcoming device[...]

T-Mobile SDA User Review

T-mobile released the T-mobile SDA Smartphone in mid February, and with its advanced features including WiFi, Windows Mobile 5.0, EDGE and media capabilities, one would find a hard time remembering[...]

What’s the Difference Between the Two Types of Windows Mobile?

Many of the most popular smartphones bear the Windows Mobile logo, but anyone considering buying one of these should be aware that there are two very different versions of Windows[...]

UPDATE – T-Mobile MDA and SDA Release Dates and Prices Revealed

PC Mag has released what they call "reviews" for the new T-Mobile SDA and MDA. They also disclosed official release dates and pricing.

Sidekick 3 Officially Unveiled

Capping months of rumors and speculation, T-Mobile has just officially taken the wraps off the Sidekick 3, which will include many features that are new to this line of cellular-wireless[...]

T-Mobile MDA and SDA Windows SmartPhones Coming to America (finally)

After being announced in Europe a year ago and released there the T-Mobile MDA IV and T-Mobile SDA (HTC Tornado) SmartPhones just never seemed like they'd make the jump[...]

FCC Confirms BlackBerry Pearl

Until now RIM's first smartphone with multimedia support has only been a thing of rumors, but many details of it have now been confirmed by a U.S. government agency.

Sidekick 3 May Be Coming Next Month

Thanks to various leaks, it has been known for some time that Danger, Inc. is putting together a sequel to the Sidekick 2, its popular cellular-wireless handheld. Recently, a possible[...]

T-Mobile USA May Offer HTC Excalibur

According to an unconfirmed report, T-Mobile USA will soon begin offering a slim Windows Mobile Smartphone with a keyboard.

One Man’s Saga of a Stolen Sidekick

The story of one man's pursuit for justice when his friend's T-Mobile Sidekick is stolen.

First Glimpse of the Sidekick 3

According to some leaked information, T-Mobile USA will release an updated version of the Sidekick later this month. It appears there may be some truth to this rumor, as pictures[...]

Mobile Tech News – CNET’s worst gadgets, Palm patents dual-mode screens, HTC Hermes

CNET names "worst tech of 2006 (so far)" Palm Inc. patents dual-mode color/monochrome screens Details of HTC Hermes on T-Mobile Europe