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We doubt anyone was too broken up about it, but up until this week, T-Mobile's Samsung t639 clamshell was only being sold in certain markets. Why's that, you ask? If we had to venture a guess, we'd say it's because the t639 is one of T-Mobile's very first few handsets to support UMTS on the 1700MHz

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The A127 is about the least exciting reveal Samsung could've possibly undertook, but it turns out they loosed a couple others at the same time with a little more meat to 'em. The SGH-T639 for T-Mobile looks like a fitting big sib to the Stripe, offering Bluetooth, a 1.3 megapixel camera, 220 x 176

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Though we still don't have a great sense of exactly when or where T-Mobile plans to kick off its long-overdue 3G launch, the hardware is thankfully starting to materialize -- so they'll at least be ready when the time comes to flip the switch. Boy Genius Report has apparently scored some additional

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Well, what have we here? The oh-so-informative depths of the FCC have seemingly disclosed what appears to be the \"first 3G handset approved for T-Mobile.\" Judging by the tested bands and the obvious model number, it looks like the SGH-T639 (Alltel flavor pictured) may be a sign of things to come (an

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Well, what have we here? The oh-so-informative depths of the FCC have seemingly disclosed what appears to be the \"first 3G handset approved for T-Mobile.\" Judging by the tested bands and the obvious model number, it looks like the SGH-T639 (Alltel flavor pictured) may be a sign of things to come (an

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