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If the Samsung t339 in jet black was simply too shadowy for your tastes, how's about a few pixels of white and gray meshed in? The WiFi-packin' flip phone has just arrived in an all new, completely groundbreaking hue: Charcoal. We know what you're thinking: \"Why didn't T-Mobile issue a more drastic

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January 31, 2009 at 4:13PM
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The 3G handset selection is still tres weak down on America's number four, but it's not all gloom and doom -- things are looking considerably brighter on the WiFi end of T-Mob's tech spectrum. The carrier has announced today that it is adding the Samsung t339 flip and Nokia's stainless steel 6301 c

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We're still kinda weirded out by that figure of six-frickin'-teen new handsets for T-Mob between now and August, but details on five of those alleged sixteen is a solid start. Boy Genius Report has scored internal release information on three Nokias and two well-known Samsungs, the t229 and t339. S

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TmoNews has published a laundry list of devices that it says will launch between June 16 and August 1 -- 13, to be exact, with another three that aren't listed. That's a positively Japan-esque release pace, a breakneck schedule that we're having a hard time believing. To its credit, several launche

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Thanks to a few BlackBerrys, we can keep our standard \"there aren't any HotSpot@Home-compatible smartphones!\" argument to a minimum here, but still -- you've gotta admit that T-Mobile's seriously going overboard with the midrange WiFi handsets. It looks like the upcoming t339 flip will be yet anoth

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We don't know much of anything about these two, but as phoneArena points out, their model numbers suggest that they'll shore up T-Mobile's bottom shelf (so to speak -- we don't think T-Mobile stores really have a bottom shelf, per se). The T229 and T339 look the part, too, though we suppose the squ

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