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  1. T-Mobile Prism review

    T-Mobile Prism review

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    Huawei cooks up respectable hardware for T-Mobile, but the Prism ultimately suffers from a so-so display, poor camera and antique Android software.

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    T-Mobile Sidekick 4G review

    T-Mobile Sidekick 4G review

    7  

    Not long ago, T-Mobile's Sidekick was the ultimate solution for keeping friends abreast of your daily minutia. But that was before such functionality became standard in all phones.

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    T-Mobile Pulse review

    T-Mobile Pulse review

    8  

    Cheap handset arrives to bring Android to the masses

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    T-Mobile Sidekick Slide review

    T-Mobile Sidekick Slide review

    8  

    It's been an ultra-trendy gadget of choice for US hipsters to keep up with their emailing and messaging. But the Sidekick has yet to really make its fashion mark in the UK. But T-Mobile is hoping this slimmer, smarter version will change that

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    T-Mobile MDA Touch review

    T-Mobile MDA Touch review

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    The T-Mobile MDA Touch (Free on contract), made by HTC, attempts to combine the functionality of a Pocket PC with the usability and style of a regular smartphone. Although most HTC devices target the business user, this svelte handset is aimed at the regular consumer.

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    T-Mobile MDA Mail review

    T-Mobile MDA Mail review

    8  

    Despite the fact that its shape and form make comparisons with the BlackBerry inevitable, the T-Mobile MDA Mail is not actually aimed so squarely at the businessman - it's designed to appeal to a wider audience

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    T-Mobile MDA Vario II review

    T-Mobile MDA Vario II review

    6  

    Text input needs to be a pleasure, not a chore. Unless you're 13-years old and have been mashing texts into your phone for the majority of your life, actually inputting data into a keyboard-free phone probably seems pointless

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    T-Mobile Sidekick II review

    T-Mobile Sidekick II review

    8  

    There was a time when mobiles were used for just one purpose - astelephones. Not any more. Now they incorporate instant messaging hubs,all-round organisers and even portable Web browsers

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