T-Mobile Pulse, the Huawei-made Android smartphone that we’ve seen several times until now, has just been officially announced in Germany.
Coming as Huawei’s first Android device, the T-Mobile Pulse runs on Android 1.5 OS and offers a suite of Google services, including Google Mail and Google Maps.
The Huawei Pulse is the first Android smartphone to feature both Media Center and MyCommunity services. MyCommunity lets you keep constant track of your contacts, while Media Center allows you to choose personal media content for viewing directly on the phone.
Here are the specs of T-Mobile Pulse:
- Quad-band GSM connectivity
- HSDPA (7.2Mbps) and HSUPA (2Mbps)
- 320 x 480 pixels TFT touchscreen display with 16 million colors
- 3.2MP camera with autofocus
- Qualcomm 7200A processor at 528MHz
- 256MB flash memory
- MicroSD card support, 2GB card included in the box
- Talk time: up to 210 minutes
- Standby time: up to 300 hours
- 135 x 62.5 x 13.6 mm
- 135 grams
T-Mobile Pulse will be available in Germany starting October, for as low as €4.95 on contract and with a Combi Flat S plan.
Update: T-Mobile UK will offer the Huawei Pulse starting October too, for £179.99 ($294) on pre-pay.
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