A few days ago the Wi-Fi Alliance let us in on a little secret known as the T-Mobile Pulse. Although no information besides the phone’s existence was provided by the Wi-Fi certifcation process, Gizmodo Brazil came through with some pictures and specs of the phone. Now the FCC is doing their part as the T-Mobile Pulse just passed through the FCC!
The Short-Term confidentiality request (PDF) filed by Huawei asks that external photos, internal photos, test setup photos and the users manual be kept secret for 90 days. That means the T-Mobile Pulse will likely launch before the end of 2009! Unfortunately the company mentions they may request an additional 45 days of confidentiality so don’t get your hopes up just yet. But with the existence of the Users Guide the Magic 8-Ball says the outlook is good.
The picture comes from the phone’s FCC label placement (PDF) product is listed with the name “HSPA/UMTS/GPRS/GSM/EDGE Mobile Phone with Bluetooth” and the model name is “T-Mobile Pulse/Pulse/U822o”. If you’re a big enough dork, you can look through the 24 page EMC Test Report (PDF).
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- Check out the T-Mobile Pulse forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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