T-Mobile is apparently getting ready to launch a new Huawei-made Android smartphone, which it may sell sans Huawei branding. The upcoming T-Mobile Prism or Huawei Prism has just been spotted doing its thing over at the FCC, as well as getting Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certified.
We’ve heard about the Prism once before, last month when it was featured in a leaked TMo accessory sheet. We didn’t know much about it back then, yet today we at least know it’s a phone.
It will have the model number U8651T, which probably makes it a successor of sorts or a variation of the Huawei Sonic. So it won’t be a high-end device or anything like that. It will probably be in TMo’s ‘value’ lineup of handsets that should appeal to first-time smartphone buyers.
The only conclusive spec we have for the Prism right now is a 1,400 mAh battery. Stick around and we’ll let you know the instant we find out more.
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