Late last week David at Tmonews received a tip that T-Mobile’s Samsung Sidekick 4G was hitting end of life. Today that story was followed up by theverge.com. T-Mobile responded to theverge with a statement that said while they are discontinuing this particular Sidekick model, the Sidekick program will continue. While the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G is
Samsung Mobile is one of the leading mobile phone providers in the United Sates and today the announced the results of their T-Mobile Sidekick 4G “Kick it with the Band contest. This contest was designed to highlight some of the best undiscovered music talent on the verge of stardom here in the country. With all
Days after the release of the brand spanking new Sidekick 4G, it has been rooted thanks to those over at XDA-Developers. Due to their experiences with other Samsung devices, it did not take those over at XDA long to root the Sidekick 4g. After using some simple commands in ADB, they had the Sidekick successfully rooted. This is good
One thing we’ve come to know over the years as mobile tech journalists as that T-Mobile throws some awesome parties. Despite the fact that T-Mobile’s future is uncertain tonight that tradition continued. Although the Samsung Sidekick 4G, The LG T-Mobile G2x and the T-Mobile G-Slate all came out to retail today, T-Mobile still saw it
April 20, 2011 will be a special day for Google, Android and T-Mobile as the T-Mobile Sidekick gets reunited with it’s father Andy Rubin and Android. Although many freely disagree with me the T-Mobile Sidekick is the the predecessor to Android. It was Andy Rubin’s first significant mark in the almost Smartphone space, and it
Man, can’t you just remember the days when the T-Mobile Sidekick was the hottest thing this side of the western world? Teenagers everywhere flocked to T-Mobile wherever they could in order to get their hands on the newest model; only to somehow destroy the hinge and get a replacement. Well guess what, sidekick fans? T-Mobile
No matter what happens, T-Mobile is trying as hard as they can to keep customers and keep going. The company is releasing a slew of devices, not stopping for anything, and they’re presence at CTIA has some interesting devices. The Samsung, yes, Samsung Sidekick 4G. This device is the follow-up to the wildly popular Sidekick.
For many early 20 somethings, like myself, the T-Mobile (Danger) Sidekick was our first smartphone experience. In comparison to today’s smartphones the original sidekick was big and bulky but boy was it cool. It seemed at one time that everyone had one even the Paris Hilton’s and Lindsay Lohan’s of the world. The unique flip