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T-Mobile getting the new Samsung T919

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Update: According to TmoNews, the unofficial T-Mobile blog, the T919 will likely be released on November 3rd, 2008.

For all you Samsung fans who are on T-Mobile, here is some new phone that would make you to follow your Instinct. Samsung announced the launch of T919, aka Roxy, aka Tocco on T-Mobile. This touchscreen phone has a 5Mpxl camera, 3G, GPS with voice commands, 16GB internal memory and cool video ringtones, possible Wi-Fi (not confirmed yet). It is a sleek looking phone with a brushed aluminium back panel. However, it does not come with smartphone OS. Here are some photos of the phone.  You can see more photos from here.


Written by dvdand

August 18, 2008 at 7:15 am

Posted in Handsets, Samsung, T-Mobile

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  3. I seriously can’t wait for the end of this year. I’ve been with T-Mo for about 3 years now and this’ll be a nice upgrade from my Wing. Bridges the gap between sidekick and smartphone I think. Has all the nice features of a high (well high for us over here without LG and Apple) end smartphone and more of a slick form and more “fun” than windows mobile. Please please don’t ruin this T-Mobile….I will be crushed…….

    P.S. I hope T-Moible doesn’t jack up there data plan prices too much. And if they do, let’s hope that Google’s little ads you can opt for aren’t horribly annoying and have enough of a price cut to make them something other than a subtle move in Google’s bid for world domination.

    And let’s not have this spammed by Apple Fan Boys yes? Every post I see about this phone always has some knuckle-head who says something like, “iPhone pwn3d all. Tmo sucks and anyone who uses it should switch cause no one good as iPhone.” Let’s be civil.


    Romentic mobile

    September 8, 2008 at 10:22 pm

  4. I can’t wait for this phone to come out I’m so getting this phone and I heard tmobile will give low prices on this for tmobile customers only any one else has to pay more… I can’t wait november 3rd hurry up


    October 30, 2008 at 4:10 pm

  5. […] T919 has been eagerly awaited by a lot of you readers. Originally it was planned to be launched on November 3. However, as of today it has not launched. According to, it is now scheduled to be […]

  6. The Samsung Behold is basically a GPS version of the Samsung F480 Tocco. Equipped with GPS voice commands, the Samsung Behold, which can be picked up in Black or Light Rose, is a T-Mobile Exclusive. The Samsung Behold is everything you loved about the Samsung Tocco and more!

    Samsug Behold

    November 13, 2008 at 9:19 pm

  7. im getting this phone for my grandsonn!
    and i hope that he likes it will someone that
    already has this phone email me at and tell me a little about itt!
    thank youu!

    Arizona Sigmon

    November 24, 2008 at 8:17 pm

  8. nice phone…
    i like this..


    February 9, 2009 at 5:48 pm

  9. Now you can use T919 outside T-Mobile with any different network. Just remove network lock by typing unlock code. You can read unlock code via USB from your SGH-T919 at


    January 11, 2010 at 10:41 am

  10. Your blog is very good. I m gonna bookmark, thank you. Keep working on it.

    Salena Phlegm

    January 29, 2010 at 2:05 am

  11. My ipod touch 1G is a most valuable iPod, Pda and even more, and also has already been ever since I gotten it. It still function the most current iPod system software program, and also any iphone app I might need it to operate. I’m working with it to leave this comment right now. I’d point out you’ll find it a lot more as compared to only an “excellent hobbyist system” — you’ll find it an great iPod

    Clarice Gesmondi

    February 26, 2010 at 5:17 pm

  12. Behold is an elegant phone with a hip design. It isn’t a smart phone but this machine offers a wide range of higher end features not typically found on such a device: speaker-independent voice dialing and commands, USB mass storage, PC syncing, Web-based POP3 e-mail, instant messaging, voice memo recorder, Telenav Navigator GPS support, and Bluetooth with a stereo profile.
    I found this really accomplishing my cell phone needs.

    Gareet Brown

    March 8, 2010 at 3:23 am

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