T-Mobile Stories July 25

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold won’t be carried by T-Mobile upon re-release

The whole Galaxy Fold debacle might finally be over. Last night, Samsung announced that it had fixed the Galaxy Fold and would be re-releasing the device later this year, but as it turns out, T-Mobile won’t be carrying the device at that point.

T-Mobile Stories July 19

The Google Discover feed is a handy way to keep up on your interests when it comes to news articles or even videos. On some of its self-branded smartphones, however, T-Mobile is now showing its own bloat alongside the Google Discover feed, but not in the way you might think.

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T-Mobile Stories July 10

T-Mobile launches budget own-brand Revvlry and Revvlery+ Android smartphones

While it’s common for carriers to launch their own branded devices, they often don’t grab much attention due to lackluster specs and end up being horrible. T-Mobile is looking to change that after announcing their own-brand Android-powered Revvlry smartphones.

T-Mobile Stories May 9

Google’s initiative to bring RCS messaging to Android phones is almost completely reliant on carriers, and that’s going just about as well as everyone thought it would. Today, T-Mobile has casually mentioned that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a won’t support RCS messaging on its network.

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The OnePlus 6T was the first device from the “startup” to hit a major US carrier, and the OnePlus 7 Pro is set to be the second. Once again, T-Mobile has confirmed that it will carry the latest OnePlus flagship, the OnePlus 7 Pro, and it’s going to be exclusive to that carrier.

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T-Mobile Stories May 7

Since its debut, the only carrier that’s had the privilege of selling the Google Pixel line has been Verizon Wireless. That officially ends today, though, as Google has partnered up with T-Mobile and Sprint to bring the Pixel 3 and the new Pixel 3a to more customers on more networks.

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