T-Mobile adding Samsung Katalyst to their lineup

James Allan Brady - Dec 10, 2007

It’s a slider phone, and its fairly basic, it has a 1.3MP cam, music player, and microSD slot. That’s just for starters, it also has Bluetooth, WiFi, and it’s been added to T-Mobile’s Hotspot @Home list of devices.

Is it just me or does it seem like all the devices designated for use with the Hotspot @Home program are just plain and boring? There was that one RIM device, the BlackBerry Curve I believe that you could use with Hotspot @Home, and that would be cool, but other than that, they are boring.

A couple weeks ago I got my hands on one of these Hotspot @Home devices, the first one to be precise, and I played with it, set it up on my wireless network, it was fairly easy to setup, and it looked like you could add multiple wireless networks, so you could theoretically add your home, school, and work networks and almost never have to use any of your minutes. But like I said, the handset was boring, and throwback to the days of yore if you will.

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