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Video: T-Mobile Pulse mini with 15 homescreen panels

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Russell and I spent a few minutes checking out the T-Mobile Pulse mini at the 2010 Mobile World Congress event.  The Pulse mini is an Android 2.1 smartphone with a QVGA resistive touchscreen display that is also marketed as the Huawei U8110 (it is made by Huawei). Check out the video to see the interesting homescreen system on the Pulse Mini.  You’ll find more photos of the phone after the jump. [via MobileBurn]

Huawei to launch a series of Android devices

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PCWorld.com are reporting that Huawei, the handset manufacturer responsible for bringing us the Pulse, are set to offer a few more phones before the year is up. According to a spokeswomen speaking on behalf of the company, Huawei will continue to focus on the European market, as well as shores closer to home in the form of Asia Pacific. Latin America will also get a look in, but not much was said about the North American market. These regions will receive a “series” of new Android devices, but other details were fairly sketchy to say the least. The Huawei Pulse…

T-Mobile UK offer Android device ‘Pulse’ from Huawei

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The Pulse, offered by T-Mobile, has just been officially ousted as the company’s third Android offering. As mentioned before, the device is produced by Huawei and offers a sleek and smooth chrome shell along with HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 3.5-inch HVGA touchscreen, and a 3.2 megapixel camera. Offering 300 hours of standby and 210 minutes of talk time, the Pulse is the first PAYG Android device available and doesn’t look too shabby for the money. Speaking of which, it will set you back £179.99 in October, and depending on the exchange rates, this is around US$295. Not too bad. There…

Huawei 8220 coming to T-Mobile as Pulse

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As we get closer to the end of the year, we hope that we shall see Google’s claims of up to 18 hand-sets running Android this year come true. Various sources are reporting T-Mobile USA and Huawei look to be budding up to collective offer the 8220. According to Electricpig, the 8220 has just received its “Wi-Fi Interoperability Certificate – and on that certificate it’s referred to as the T-Mobile Pulse.” Things are pretty sketchy at this point, but we hope to see a 3.5’’ touchscreen display which will be perfect for viewing the pictures taken on the 3MP camera….

T-Mobile UK’s next Android phone the G1Touch, T-Mobile USA to make announcement next week

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According to a tweet on by the official T-Mobile UK twitter account, the carrier’s next Android based smartphone will be called the G1Touch.  I think this is a very odd name, considering that the original G1 was also touch capable, but I guess that’s why I’m not in marketing. We don’t know if the device will be the new Huawei device recently announced or if it will be the HTC Magic, which we feel is much more likely.  In any case, the Huawei U8230 is slated to go on sale with T-Mobile in Europe during the third quarter of 2009….

Huawei U8230 coming to T-Mobile Europe in Q3

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IDG News reporter Owen Fletcher is reporting that Huawei officials have said that the newly announced Huawei U8230 Android phone will go on sale with T-Mobile networks in Europe during Q3 of this year. The phone is expected to have a 3.5-inch display, a 3.2 megapixel camera, and work on a Qualcomm chipset.  Huawei said that it will support UMTS 3G connections, as well.

Huawei U8230 Android phone at CommunicAsia

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Over at CommunicAsia 2009, Huawei are staying true to their word and are right on track for an alleged Q3 launch of their Android powered smartphone this year. Things certainly look that little bit more mature and the latest renders give the device a rather glamorous finish. Unfortunately, we still do not have very much information in the way of specifications for you. However, it is thought that the newly named U8230 will pack a 3.5inch touchscreen along with its 1500mAh battery. The rendering would suggest that the phone sports a 3.2MP camera, but it would also suggest that there…

Huawei showing Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2009

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We’ve known for some time that Chinese manufacturer Huawei was building a Google Android powered smartphone, and we’ve known that it is supposed to come to market in Q3 of this year, but now we know when the company plans to show it to us, too. A page on the Huawei’s website notes that an Android based smartphone will be on display at the company’s Mobile U-life section of its booth at the Mobile World Congress show, which takes place next month in Barcelona, Spain. So be on the look out for our live photos and video from the show…

Huawei promising Android smartphone during Q3 2009

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Chinese manufacturer Huawei is promising carriers that its Google Android powered smartphone will be ready for sale in the third quarter of 2009.  A company spokesperson told the Australian ZDNet folks that: “Huawei can confirm that their first Android smartphone is scheduled to launch in the third quarter of 2009. Huawei’s smartphones can be ordered and developed for Australian operators based on any such requests” So while Huawei is saying when the phone will be available, it isn’t saying what carriers, if any, are currently planning to offer it.  The more, the merrier we say. [via ZDNet.com.au]

Huawei planning Android based smartphone in 1H 2009

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It appears that Chinese cell phone manufacturer Huawei, a member of the Open Handset Alliance, will have its first Android powered smartphone on the market in the first half of 2009.  A Huawei representative said that his company will manufacturer Android handsets that will then be private labeled by other companies, much in that in the past HTC has built devices like the Windows Mobile powered Shadow for T-Mobile to sell under its own brand. Huawei currently manufacturers private label cell phones like this for MetroPCS in the USA. Huawei says that its skills in software will allow it to…