T-Mobile is rounding out its feature phone portfolio with Samsung Gravity Q, a QWERTY slider with a 3-inch touch screen.
The carrier introduces a new keyboard-equipped Android phone, and finally shares pricing on its first bendable handset.
An image tweeted by @evleaks shows a touch-screen device with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard destined for T-Mobile's network.
The T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide is a well-designed, feature-packed dual-core handset that can stand alongside today's premium smartphones.
The T-Mobile Sidekick 4G continues the Sidekick's legacy as an excellent messaging device and also serves as a great entry-level smartphone.
The not-so-popular design could get a breath of fresh air with a 720p display.
AT&T exec Ralph de la Vega also says he expects customer turnover to remain near record-low levels in the current quarter.
We aren't shocked to hear about this midtier phone, but T-Mobile isn't sharing much beyond the pricing and availability.
Though critics charge that a merger between AT&T and T-Mobile will lead to higher prices and reduce customer choice, there are bigger, and less tangible, issues at stake.
T-Mobile may be prepping for an AT&T buyout, but the carrier remains just as active as ever in releasing new smartphones, tablets, and services until the FCC makes its call.