New Android phone comes to T-Mobile
23 October 2009 — 10:08 AM
Those recycling mobile phones may welcome the first pay-as-you-go smartphone in the UK to feature Google Android.
It was announced this week that the network would be adding the Pulse to its line up of products in a bid to bring the innovative new operating system to even more users across the nation.
The T-Mobile Pulse comes equipped with a 3.5-inch HVGA display, a 3.2-megapixel camera and connectivity options that include 3G HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
According to the operator, the gadget will be priced at £179.99 and "offers a great value way to keep in touch with friends and family and access the Internet on a mobile phone".
In addition, attention was drawn to its integrated Google services and access to the Android Marketplace - Google's online applications facility.
The Pulse will also be available to those recycling mobile phones for a new contract package, based on a 24-month deal that provides 1,000 free minutes, as well as unlimited texts and web use for £30 per month.
Other Google Android Models from the operator include the HTC-built T-Mobile G1.
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