Huawei’s looking to come to town with another low-end device, it seems, as the Huawei Prism – model number U8651T – has passed the FCC. Its model number seems to position it close to the Huawei Sonic, a device which launched on T-Mobile last year. It had a 3.5 inch display, 512MB of RAM, Android 2.3 and more. We won’t make any assumptions on detailed specs but we don’t expect them to be much different from the Sonic. If you want to check the FCC listing out for yourself, click here. [Thanks Joan!]
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