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Now that Samsung's TouchWiz-enabled Behold is available for the taking on T-Mobile, wouldn't you like to know if it's the handset for you? The phone seemed positioned to be the carrier's entertainment mobile for folks not ready to make the G1 leap, boasting a 3G radio, expansive touchscreen and a 5

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November 23, 2008 at 10:51AM
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We know about most of these handsets, but it's always fun to get a few final views before they're officially announced and made available, isn't it? phoneArena has what must be the complete (or close to it) lineup from Samsung for the US market in the next few months all in one place, showing the a

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The long-rumored Samsung T919 Behold has finally broken cover in an official capacity for T-Mobile, offering a full-featured touchscreen handset (that isn't the G1) to take advantage of that cute little AWS 3G network they've been cooking up. Besides TouchWiz, features include a 5-megapixel cam wit

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TmoNews is claiming that the TouchWiz-enabled Samsung Behold is scheduled for a November 10 launch on T-Mobile, and by golly, with the lookalike Delve now out and about, we hope they're right. Notable (read: awesome) features on the Behold allegedly include user-adjustable touch sensitivity, a 5-me

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That Tocco-esque T919 rumored for T-Mobile is looking pretty legit at this point on account of FCC docs that seem to totally validate what we'd heard about the phone so far, which means that the Dream is likely going to have to share a little -- okay, a sliver -- of the T-Mob spotlight come this fa

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We can think of about fifteen plain-vanilla EDGE flips from Samsung that we'd expect T-Mobile to launch ahead of something like this, but you're definitely not going to see us complaining. TmoNews is claiming that the guys and gals in pink magenta have an ace up their collective sleeve in the form

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We can think of about fifteen plain-vanilla EDGE flips from Samsung that we'd expect T-Mobile to launch ahead of something like this, but you're definitely not going to see us complaining. TmoNews is claiming that the guys and gals in pink magenta have an ace up their collective sleeve in the form

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