T-Mobile BlackBerry 8820 Farmville VA
The BlackBerry 8820 comes preloaded with only BlackBerry Messenger, but you can easily download BlackBerry versions of AIM, Google Talk, and other clients. The e-mail application is as plain and dry as it's been for quite some time now, but it's very easy to set up.
T-Mobile BlackBerry Pearl 8120 Farmville VA
The 8120's keys were noticeably softer and more responsive than that of the Verizon Wireless 8130, which felt stiffer, and the 8120 offers an Alt button instead of the confusing black-and-white arrow key for switching between alternate function keys.
T-Mobile Dash Farmville VA
T-Mobile Dash is feature-packed, yet nearly lacks the horsepower to keep up with itself. This diminutive device keeps you organized and entertained on the go, but its occasionally sluggish performance and T-Mobile's spotty network coverage prevent us from giving the Dash a top rating.
T-Mobile G1 Farmville VA
The 480 x 320-pixel capacitive touchscreen dominates the front of the G1. While it's not as colorful as the iPhone's display, it was quite responsive and almost always accurate, with the occasional exception of activating the wrong Web page link.
T-Mobile myTouch 3G Farmville VA
HTC's second Google Android phone is sleeker than its predecessor and offers plenty of cool apps. Where the G1 was sometimes unfavorably compared to a brick, the myTouch 3G is a much more elegant and pocket-friendly device. Measuring 4.4 x 2.2 x 0.6 inches, it's 0.2 inches shorter than the G1 but its edges are more rounded, making it seem even smaller.
T-Mobile Sidekick LX (2009) Farmville VA
T-Mobile adds a gorgeous display, 3G data, and GPS capability to its addictive messaging phone. The Sidekick LX, brings some grown-up features to the party: 3G data speeds, a vastly improved camera, and GPS. Add to that software for popular social networks, and the LX is an upgrade that Sidekick lovers will drool over.
T-Mobile Sony Ericsson TM506 Farmville VA
The Media menu on the TM506 has the same elegant format and look as on previous Sony Ericsson handsets, as well as on the PS3 and PSP; it's a right-scrolling tree menu, with a black background and white text. Here you can view your photos, listen to music, watch videos, play games, and read RSS feeds.