T-Mobile is once again bringing the fun and unique Sidekick back to the mobile phone arena with a couple huge and great differences. One of them, of course, is that this year’s Sidekick will be boasting the Android operating system.
Also of course it will be speeding along using T-Mobiles HSPA+. Danger is no longer the maker of this device. Samsung has taken over that position, so expect a whole new experience when it drops.
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