The T-Mobile Pulse mini mobile phone handset has been shown off at the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Continuing with the apparent theme of ‘Mini’ mobile phones at this year’s show, the Pulse Mini is a smaller version of the T-Mobile Pulse that launched last year, and was the first PAYG Android mobile phone.
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The new T-Mobile Mini runs the latest 2.1 version of the increasingly popular Android operating system created by Google.
The T-Mobile Pulse Mini has a 2.8-inch touchscreen and is supplied with a stylus.
T-Mobile Pulse Mini
The Pulse Mini supports HSDPA, Wi-Fi, 3G and Bluetooth connectivity. It has 300MB of internal memory, which can be boosted by the use of a memory card – although it’s unclear yet how big the supplied memory card will be.
The Pulse Mini handset features a 3.2Mp camera and has a standard 3.5mm headphone socket allowing users to connect their favourite headsets instead of relying on the pair provided.
T-Mobile Pulse Mini video First Look
We expect the handset to launch in the UK before the summer.
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