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UNVEILED: T-Mobile Pulse - Huawei's 1st Android Smartphone - surfaced?
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 21.08.09 - 16:59:31 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 9567x
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Following previous information that Huawei has a Google Android smartphone in work, it seems we were right when we said that the U8230 might hit T-Mobile first. Dutch online shop belsimple.nl just showed a new, yet unannounced T-Mobile Android smartphone on its website: the T-Mobile Pulse. Running on Android 1.5, the device is said to feature GSM and GPRS (EDGE is most likely too) as well as HSDPA up to 7.2 Mbps and HSUPA up to 5.76 Mbps. Furthermore it's said to feature Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS. The touchscreen is said to measure 3.5" with the Android typical 480 x 320 screen resolution. The main camera on the back is said to support 3.2 megapixel featuring autofucs; however even more unique is the mentioned front facing camera for UMTS video telephony:

According to belsimple.nl, the device features most (if not all) Google Android applications like Gmail, Calendar, Google Talk as well as it will feature the Android Market. Furthermore support for Exchange sync is mentioned in the specs. At a size of 116 x 63 x 14 mm the device weights 140 gram.

belsimple.nl offers the T-Mobile Pulse - without a contract - for 257 Euro which would make it the yet cheapest Android smartphone on the market. A release date wasn't unveiled yet.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Fran on 22.08.09 - 17:54:35

Looks like a cheapo HTC copy cat but not bad.

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