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T-Mobile Adds 3G Samsung T819 to Lineup

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Jan 21, 2008, 7:00 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Samsung announced the t819, a new quad-band GSM/EDGE plus 1700 MHz 3G slider for T-Mobile. The t819 is compatible with T-Mobile's myFaves calling program, and comes with stereo Bluetooth, a 1.3 Megapixel camera, and a microSD slot for added storage. According to the documents we received from Samsung, it is also compatible with "Wireless Internet Express," which could refer to T-Mobile's forthcoming 3G network. However, T-Mobile has not yet announced when its 3G network will launch. The t819 comes in a two-toned brown color. The t819 is available today via T-Mobile's web site and select retail outlets.

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Jan 21, 2008, 9:16 AM

This could be a good thing

The phone aint doin nothin 4 me but the fact that a new service for 3G makes me a lil happy. 🤤
I agree! i can't wait to get my hands on 3G service from T-mobile. The issues i have are that the phone's screen looks really small... not cool for 3G. Also can we get at least an upgrade to a 2mp camera? It just looks a little like an old, bulky, out...
Its a nice little phone. At first I wasn't sure about the brown but that is the most popular color that I have been selling in the last few months. As for the camera who cares if its 2mp. The difference in picture quality between 1.3 and 2 is so sm...
It makes more sense to have an established customer base in regards to 3G handsets rather than launching the network and the handsets at the same time plus T-Mobile has not said the 3G network capable handsets are able to use said network at anytime. ...

Jan 21, 2008, 11:25 AM

Get Ready

Tmobile is about to turn on their 3g network really soon. Just as soon as they work through the legal crap. Thats the biggest holdup. 😁
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