T-Mobile to Launch Huawei Sonic, Phone or Hotspot?

A few weeks ago we told you about the Huawei Sonic, an entry-level Android device with NFC capabilities. It was scheduled for a launch in Turkey for only $215 off contract, and it’s also running on Android 2.3. Now it looks like T-Mobile is planning to launch this device in the States as the T-Mobile Sonic. The image above is actually an image of a Huawei Sonic passing through the FCC with T-Mobile bands. 

We can’t seem to find a camera on this device, which leads us to believe that it could be just another 4G hotspot. Of course, it could be a mobile phone, but let’s wait for confirmation from Magenta before jumping to any conclusions. T-Mobile will be launching it soon, although there is no release information.

Let’s take a poll here. Do you think it’s a mobile phone or a 4G hotspot? Give us your two cents in the comments below or on our Facebook Wall!

Source Engadget

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