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T-Mobile scores the best version of the Samsung Galaxy S II with its large display, faster processor, and zippier wireless data radio. But those aren't the only noteworthy features of this superlative smartphone.
HTC continues its winning streak of killer devices for T-Mobile with the amazing Amaze 4G. It is one of the fastest phones available from T-Mobile and includes one of the best cameras that Phone Scoop has tested.
T-Mobile's version of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 has a few significant advantages over the Bold 9930 being sold by Verizon Wireless. Phone Scoop reveals what they are.
The HTC Wildfire S is a compact, yet capable, Android 2.3 Gingerbread phone for T-Mobile. Does this $80 smartphone turn up the heat, or does it flame out? Find out in Phone Scoop's full review.
The HTC myTouch 4G Slide for T-Mobile boasts a fast and powerful camera, QWERTY keyboard, and a blazing fast dual-core processor. Phone Scoop puts it through its paces in this full report.
The Samsung Exhibit 4G is an excellent Android smartphone for the T-Mobile network. What it may lack in style it makes up for with lots of substance. Read Phone Scoop's full review here.
Samsung kicks out a mid-range Android smartphone for T-Mobile. What this little messaging phone lacks in high-end clout, it makes up for with solid performance.
Samsung tosses a dart in T-Mobile's direction hoping to hit some cork. While this little phone definitely scores some points, it isn't quite a bulls eye. Find out what works and what doesn't in Phone Scoop's full review.
HTC's sensational Sensation 4G for T-Mobile comes out of the gate firing on all cylinders. Can anything slow this capable and speedy handset down? Find out in Phone Scoop's full review.
LG kicks it up a notch with the G2x, its flagship Android smartphone, which has an 8 megapixel shooter and can capture full 1080p HD video. How does it measure up against the competition?
The Sidekick 4G, made by Samsung, looks to revitalize one of the brands that gave T-Mobile its street cred back in the early 2000s. Samsung has a lot of high heels to fill with this device. Does it?
T-Mobile lands its first official Symbian^3 handset in the Nokia C7 Astound. Phone Scoop gives it the full review treatment. Can Nokia hold its own against the onslaught of Android and other smartphones with this touch device?
Samsung kicks out a stellar voice phone for T-Mobile. See why Phone Scoop recommends the T259 flip phone for those who have the gift of gab.
Samsung has updated the Vibrant variant of its Galaxy S line with HSPA+ at 21Mbps. Is a faster data radio worth the upgrade? Find out in Phone Scoop's review.
Motorola heavily revises its first Android handset, and the result is a much better device for everyday use. The Cliq 2 for T-Mobile is a solid option in its Android lineup.
The Samsung Nexus S offers a pure Google experience on a slick Android phone. There's no carrier apps, no interface tweaks, but is there enough to satisfy buyers?
T-Mobile's inexpensive new Android offers the newest version of Google's OS in a compact package. Did it sacrifice too much to get here?
The HTC HD7 is the biggest Windows Phone 7 device to launch Microsoft's new mobile OS. With a huge, 4.3-inch display, and a kickstand for support, does it measure up to the others?
T-Mobile's second HSPA+ smartphone is the HTC-made myTouch 4G. It follows an evolutionary path as far as the myTouch line goes. Is this the best version yet?
The Motorola Defy is the most stylish water resistant phone around, and a real smartphone to boot. Is this the perfect companion for your next adventure?
The T-Mobile G2 is a top-of-the-line successor to the original Android phone. Even with great specs, is the basic Android design enough to satisfy?
The Motorola Charm packs a strong Android punch into a mini QWERTY slab shell. Will its charms sway you from noticing the low res screen?
The LG dLite is a tall order for one of LG's first T-Mobile phones. The stylish flip nailed the basics, but is this phone all about looks?
T-Mobile's version of the Samsung Galaxy S — the Vibrant — holds up well when pitted against the Captivate. It lags the Captivate in a few places, while besting it in others.
LG's Sentio brings touch power to T-Mobile in an affordable package. It covers the basics, but misses the mark in a few places. It might suffice for younger users, but advanced users will find it limiting.
Nokia churns out another E series QWERTY phone. This follow up to the E71 and E72 makes some notable improvements in the hardware, but the S60 software inside doesn't quite hold up its end of the bargain.
T-Mobile's myTouch 3G gains a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a larger display, and better software. What's not to like? Well, a few things, as it turns out.
PhoneScoop takes a ride with T-Mobile's new Garmin Asus Garminfone. It's an Android touchscreen phone with Garmin's navigation interface on top. Is it worth the trip? Check out our full review.
The T-Mobile HTC HD2 is the biggest, baddest Windows Mobile touchscreen you can buy, though you wouldn't know it with HTC's impressive Sense interface. PhoneScoop reviews this tablet phone, which could be the pinnacle of the current generation of Windows Mobile.
Nokia's Nuron brings S60 5th Edition to T-Mobile. For S60 and T-Mo lovers, it may be worth picking up. It offers solid phone, camera and music experiences, but lags the competition when it comes to messaging and social networking.