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T-Mobile's still doing its darndest to keep its fragmented 3G network launch on the DL -- the carrier can't deliver a wide footprint just yet, and it look like it doesn't want to put customers under the false impression that it can. A great way to make sure no one cares about your high-speed handse

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June 23, 2008 at 9:02PM
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Though its FCC documents clearly indicate the delicious presence of WCDMA on the 1700MHz band, T-Mobile and Samsung are continuing their policy of totally downplaying AWS 3G in new handsets with the official introduction today of the t819 slider. The midrange device tops out with quadband EDGE (or

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It looks like T-Mobile had a change of heart about the coloring of its next 3G device -- Samsung's t819 slider -- after it hit the FCC recently, changing from a rather lovely medium blue to \"coffee brown.\" That got us to thinking: does a phone have to go back through the FCC when it changes color?

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We're starting to sense a trend here -- much like T-Mobile's Hotspot @Home lineup, the carrier's nascent 3G lineup is quickly getting filled with bland, anonymous handsets that prevent power users from really getting into the tech. Then again, maybe that's exactly the idea: keep the really big, imp

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