Deutsche Telekom Launches the T Phone

Deutsche Telekom Launches the T Phone

Deutsche Telekom announced the launch of T Phone and T Phone Pro. The 5G-enabled devices offer a wide range of high-quality features at a handset-only price starting from 199€ and 249€ accordingly, while prices vary across countries.

Launching this October in nine European markets (across Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia), the T Phone & T Phone Pro will then be available in Germany from early 2023. Building upon the expertise and economies of scale created by T-Mobile US’s successful own brand “REVVL’ line of smartphones, T Phone, and T Phone Pro have been developed in partnership with Google.

“We acknowledge the importance of 5G access for all, given the role it will play in our shared digital future. With the affordable and feature-packed T Phone and T Phone Pro, we are bringing the benefits of 5G into even more of our customers' pockets in nine European markets. With these new devices, our customers can enjoy the possibilities of our ever-expanding 5G network, ranging from entertainment to countless digital products and services – at a very accessible price,” said Dominique Leroy, Board Member for Europe at Deutsche Telekom.

Devices feature 6.82” and 6.52” HD+ displays, with large batteries, a 15W fast charging option, high-resolution cameras, and a premium design, which includes a Magenta fingerprint sensor. The phones have been designed to provide a seamless experience across software and hardware, unlocking the full potential of the 5G network.

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