Sure, the Commission says nothing about the Pulse featuring T-Mobile USA 3G connectivity (1700MHz), so the approved handset is probably just the European version. Even so, it’s almost certainly that T-Mobile will introduce the Pulse / U8220 sooner or later.
What’s interesting is that FCC’s image of the phone (seen below) is a bit different than what we saw last week: the form factors are kind of the same, but they don’t match exactly.
Well, at least we know for sure that the T-Mobile Pulse will have HSDPA and Bluetooth. Other rumored features include a 3.5 inch touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, and a 3MP camera.
No word yet on when T-Mobile or Huawei plan to announce the Pulse / U8220. Or if it will come with Android 1.5 OS. Or of it has a QWERTY keyboard.
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