Reviews of T-Mobile Phones
Meet the T-Mobile G1: The First Google Android Phone
T-Mobile has unveiled the G1 smartphone, the first phone based on Google's much-hyped Android platform. Many of the rumors surrounding the phone were true (the hardware is from HTC, it will be available in October), while some were slightly off (the G1 will cost $179 with a two-year contract).
T-Mobile G1: The First Google Phone (Mostly) Impresses
T-Mobile's G1, the first smartphone based on the Google Android platform, is about to hit store shelves. With its slick touch screen and impressive software collection, the G1 is aimed squarely at the iPhone. But can it compete?
T-Mobile myTouch 3G: Beautiful, Inside and Out
At last, we have a Google Android-based phone that's equally as beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside. The T-Mobile myTouch 3G is a gorgeous and powerful phone that's easy to use.
T-Mobile Dash 3G: A So-So Smartphone
T-Mobile's aging Dash smartphone finally gets an upgrade in the form of the attractive, speedy Dash 3G. This Windows Mobile smartphone boasts 3G support, built-in GPS, and some very good messaging features
Sidekick LX 2009: A Phone for the Yong at Heart
The new Sidekick LX 2009 sports some new features, like 3G support and built-in GPS, that are designed to help this messaging phone appeal to a more mature crowd. But, as this review of the Sidekick LX 2009 shows, this remains a phone for the young at heart.
T-Mobile Shadow: An Entry-Level Smartphone
Smartphones--especially the ones that run Windows Mobile--are often thought of as complex, hard-to-use devices. The T-Mobile Shadow attempts to shed that image, by offering a full-featured Windows Mobile phone that's easy to use and looks good, too.
T-Mobile's Latest Sidekick Is Lots of Fun
Some cellphones are all about business, but not the T-Mobile Sidekick. This is a smartphone that's always been a lot of fun to use, and, the latest version of the Sidekick is no exception. But, as this review of the Sidekick smartphone points out, this phone lacks some of the features that business users will want.
The Slick Sidekick Slide
T-Mobile's Sidekick Slide is a smartphone with excellent e-mail and messaging features, but if you're interested in productivity software, you won't find very much of it here. Read our review to find out if this is the phone for you.