The partnership between Google and T-Mobile will likely be able to show off original Google services rather than services that are not quite as supported from the carrier.
Hiroshi Lockheimer, Senior Vice President of Platforms and Ecosystems at Google, stated in a press release: "This is a win for Android users and an even greater win for the Android ecosystem. T-Mobile and Google have been working together to champion Android since the very beginning with the launch of the T-Mobile in 2008."
Google and T-Mobile additionally plan to "build a messaging business together." This particular messaging system will be enhanced and improved as a whole, with advanced messaging capabilities of Rich Communication Services (RCS). It will be possible, in situations like this, to receive advanced chat features such as: the sending and receiving of better quality photos and videos; chatting over WiFi or data; knowing when one's message is read; sharing reactions; and enjoying more dynamic and engaging group chats.
T-Mobile, in addition to this action, is shutting down its TV Service in order to partner with YouTubeTV and Philo. It will demonstrate Google One as the default backup service, as well as extend support and sales of Google hardware such as the Pixel. Pixels are essentially phones that are able to give the guidance of Google and to improve with time, with regular software as well as security updates.
T-Mobile's actions of closing TVision and partnering with Google and Philo ultimately are intended to be successful in terms of advanced levels of technicality. If users enjoy the new features of the partnership, then it is expected to be both user-friendly and efficient in ways that have never happened before.