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Two of T-Mobile’s 2014 Sony flagships, the Xperia Z1s (C6916) and the Xperia Z3 (D6616) have been revealed to be receiving the Android 5.0 update soon with the confirmation coming straight from the carrier. T-Mobile didn’t give out an estimated time of arrival however, so customers might have to play the waiting game for a while longer. It is said that Xperia Z3 users will see support for the 700 MHz LTE Band 12 frequencies with the update, which is very good news for customers that are covered with these frequencies. Android...

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 (T807) from T-Mobile has started getting the Android 5.0.2 update as of today. The update brings familiar Android 5.0 related upgrades that we’ve spoken in detail about for other Samsung tablets, so there are no surprises in store here. T-Mobile has taken its sweet time in sending out the update, which is a little unfortunate for the customers of the tablet. The WiFi version of the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 got the update a couple of months ago in March. This update comes with the software version T807TUVU1BOE1. The...

LG has had a lot of successes with their smartphone lines in recent years, starting with the LG G2 and continuing with last year’s LG G3. While companies such as Samsung have removed extra features such as expandable storage and a swappable battery, LG has opted to keep those features while also introducing a beautiful new design for their hardware. HARDWARE: The first thing you will notice about this phone is that it comes in a beautiful leather option. The Leather colors include Black, Brown, Red, Sky Blue, Beige, Yellow. I received...

Google’s premier flagship smartphone, the Nexus 6 was made available from all major carriers in the U.S. in addition to selling it unlocked and off contract from the Google Store. Well, T-Mobile is now giving users more incentive to buy the smartphone through them with a flat $100 discount on the 32 and 64GB variants of the device. The discount brings the price down to $549.99 and $599.99 respectively. The carrier also offers the monthly installment plan for the smartphone where you can divide the cost of the device accordingly. Regardless...

The T-Mobile Nexus 6 will soon receive an update with the WiFi calling feature, a report has revealed. The smartphone was said to be getting the update sometime in early 2015, but the carrier apparently came across some bugs during the initial testing phase. This bug will supposedly take about 7-10 days to fix, so we can expect an update sometime after that. The addition of WiFi calling will go a long way in making the lives of the customers a lot easier. Most new devices come with this feature by default, but it has taken the carrier...

LG and T-Mobile have just announced the arrival of the G Stylo and the Leon smartphones starting next week on the 20th of May. The former was announced recently and is capable of taking microSD cards of up to 2TB. Both are midrange devices and will appeal to a wide section of customers on T-Mobile’s vast network. It is said that T-Mobile staff is being prepared for the launch of this handset from May 13, which is tomorrow. There’s no word on the pricing of the devices at the moment as the information is coming from an internal...

The T-Mobile iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge has started receiving the Android 5.0.2 update as of today. This means that T-Mobile has finally finished the rollout of the update for both the 2014 Note flagships with the Galaxy Note 4 already getting the update, much after Samsung made the update available for its unlocked models. The update changes the build number to N915TUVU1COD7, so make a note of that if you own the Galaxy Note Edge from T-Mobile. The carrier mentions that the update is at least 1.1GB in size, so ensure...

The LG G4 will be available within the next month or so, but it’s two-year old predecessor is still a very good device. And you can get one for just $159.99 on eBay. This specific device is a T-Mobile variant, so it is locked to that carrier. Even if you ask T-Mobile to unlock the device, there is still no guarantee that it would work properly on AT&T’s network. The good thing about this device is that it can be updated to Android Lollipop 5.0, so you get all the benefits the software update has to offer. For this offer,...