T-Mobile Pulse joined by New T-Mobile Pulse Mini Edition
The new Pulse Mini has now been released alongside the original Android powered T-Mobile Pulse, this new mini edition handset packs in the latest Android 2.1 OS and is the cheapest of its king currently available.
The Pulse Mini offers 3.5G support for super fast internet access on the go, there is also a 3.2 mega pixel camera with an LED flash for capturing quality pictures and video and built-in GPS for satellite navigation and route planning as well as a handy 2GB memory card included in the packaging.
Android v2.1 is the latest edition of the operating system and for a phone to come in at under £100 featuring this advanced software is a real market breakthrough, the T-Mobile Pule Mini grants access to the Android Market where there are now thousands of games and applications to download for free to customize this new mini handset.
Finished in a matt black colour scheme with a main navigational button alongside start and end call buttons on the front of the phone the new Pulse mini offers a pretty minimalistic design and measuring just 106 x 57 x 14mm will slip nicely into most trouser and jacket pockets.
The handset is actually manufactured for T-Mobile by the Chinese firm Huawei and will also be available in a second white colour scheme sometime soon, the main touch screen is a large 2.8 inch resistive display which works well with the Android software.
There is very little direct competition at this price level for Android powered phones, the closest models are the HTC Tattoo, HTC Hero, LG GW620, Samsung Galaxy Portal and the forthcoming Vodafone 845 which may well trump the Pulse Mini on price to become the cheapest available.
The T-Mobile Pulse Mini has been released as a Pay As You Go mobile phone with no ongoing line rental or long term commitments, users can simply top up their calling credit as it runs down by either buying vouchers, over the phone or online.
The original Pulse model is still available with a slightly larger 3.5 inch touch screen, however it uses the same 3.2 mega pixel camera and offers a 2.5mm audio jack as opposed to the 3.5mm of the new Pulse Mini which will take standard headphones.
It is more than likely that this latest T-Mobile device will be launched on pay monthly contract deals although there is no confirmed date as yet.
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The T-Mobile Pulse Mini and recently launched T-Mobile Vairy Touch are two of a number of new touch screen phones from the network.