T-Mobile Goes Through the Evolution of SideKick on Facebook


After discontinuing their last known SideKick, the Android-based SideKick 4G, T-Mobile has decided to establish a period of remembrance for the entire line. They’re going through the “Evolution of SideKick” and it, of course, kicks off with the first ever SideKick device in 2002. It goes all the way to the aforementioned SideKick 4G, and that’s it.

So is this just their way of saying farewell or are they trying to tell us something? We’ve heard no rumors of a new SideKick headed our way, but when they discontinued the SideKick 4G they never necessarily said that we would never see another one. For now, just use this as a healing tool while we try and figure out if there is any deeper meaning. [via Facebook]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I hope this means a new ‘Kick is on the way! Well, as long as it delivers on performance.. That phone will always hold a special place in my heart :)

    1. My Sidekick LX was by far my favorite phone ever! It represents a whole time period in my life.

  2. Completely agree with Chris. and in a recent interview they hinted at future models

  3. Hopefully… come with Snapdragon S4, 4.7 inches, 5 rows keyboard, and ICS! :-)

  4. i hope a new one does come out with better specs i had every sidekick 2 to the three b4 i changed to att

  5. They sent an internal email that said the sidekick brand would live on.

  6. I never owned a Sidekick unfortunately… but I always admired them… It was definitely a game changer and legendary.  They need to bring out a high end version with really good performance and specs.  That would be great.

  7. Im pretty sure they forgot ont

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