Pulse Officially Announced for T-Mobile UK

t-mobile-pulse-2T-Mobile UK has announced the launch of the T-Mobile Pulse. Manufactured by Huawei, it marks the first pay-as-you-go handset to run Android. Available in October, it is will cost £179.99 (roughly $295 US).

The T-Mobile Pulse is features a 3.5″ touch screen, a 3.2 mega-pixel camera (with autofocus), WiFi, and GPS. This sexy handset also features a black chrome finish, trackball for navigation, and an SD card for added storage.

T-Mobile is really rallying behind Android as evidenced in quotes from today’s announcement…

We predicted back in June that we expected that one in five T-Mobile mobile internet users will have Android-powered devices by the end of the year and the launch of the T-Mobile Pulse is a major step in making this a reality. – Nicola Shenton, T-Mobile acting head of handset and device marketing

Check out a few pictures of the handset below!

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