Remember the Huawei-made T-Mobile Prism? It was caught passing through the FCC’s rigorous testing a couple of days ago. It’s probably going to be sold by T-Mobile under its own brand, should launch pretty soon, and it’s clearly a low-end to midrange Android smartphone ‘for the masses’.
We still don’t have any hard specs except for support for TMo’s 4G bands, a microSD card slot, and a 1,400 mAh battery. But what we do now have is the first render of the T-Mobile Prism, which got leaked to TmoNews.
As you can see, the screen doesn’t seem to be too big, which of course is in line with the projected price level for this handset (read: affordable). It’s also running what looks like a pretty stock-ish version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which could be good news for purists (on the other hand this is unlikely to ever be updated to a newer version of the software).
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