T-Mobile will be bringing the most affordable Android smartphone on the market, the Pulse Mini, to its UK customers in the near future.
T-Mobile will be marketing the Pulse Mini as a pay-as-you-go mobile, with a price tag of just under £100.
The T-Mobile Pulse Mini is actually a rebranded smartphone produced by Chinese manufacture Huawei and with a 2.8 inch touchscreen display and a 3.2 megapixel camera it stacks up favourably against its more expensive competitors.
The best news about the Pulse Mini is that it will arrive with Android 2.1 on board, which will surely make Nexus One owners feel a little humbled.
T-Mobile's Nicola Shenton said: "We want to make sure all our customers get the chance to experience Android, which is why we're expanding our family of Android devices.
"The Pulse Mini will no doubt prove a big hit with customers looking for cutting-edge smartphone features without the commitment of a monthly contract."
T-Mobile was the first UK provider to offer an Android-based smartphone when it released the G1 in 2008 and the Pulse Mini will join another five Android smartphones from the likes of LG and Samsung that the firm is also planning to launch in 2010.
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