The T-Mobile Pulse is now official but most of us haven’t gotten a really good look at what its all about. But look what the robot drug in – a few videos of the T-Mobile Pulse that reveal some interesting things about the phone:
9 Panel Homescreen
The typical “stock” Android phones have three horizontal “panels” which to store your app icons/shortcuts while phone’s with HTC Sense offer 7 horizontal panels and different User Profiles – called Scenes – to organize what you want. It appears the T-Mobile Pulse offers a 3rd variant offering 9 panels arranged in a 3×3 grid. This is an interesting new option and I’m wondering if it was carrier or manufacturer behind this customization:
One thing that worries me a bit is the END of the above video. When flicking through contacts you can see a bit of lag as the contacts continue to scroll WELL after the flick… but clearly too long after. I hope this isn’t a persistent problem.
And some more videos for those that can’t get enough:
- T-Mobile UK Pulls Android 2.1 Update for the
- T-Mobile Pulse Gets An Update to Android 2.1
- Hauwei Pulse Gets Android 2.1 On T-Mobile Hun
- As T-Mobile Pulse Passes FCC, Huawei Prepares
- Check out the T-Mobile Pulse forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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