T-Mobile Pulse Review By Engadget


If you’re considering the T-Mobile Pulse you may want to head over to a detailed review of the device just posted by Engadget. You can order it now and it ships in the next few days, so now would be a good time to do your homework on it.

Summarizing their thoughts/impressions:
Solid hardware, responsive touchscreen, terrible camera, 2.5mm headset jack disappoints, limited amount of memory for storing applications (60MB) but overall, very impressive for a free phone.

As more reviews are composed we’ll add them to the T-Mobile Pulse Reviews section of our phone guide, so keep an eye out if that’s the sort of thing that interests you.

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  1. Definitely not what I thought it would be when they first had that mockup phone sitting our earlier in the year. But this is definitely going to get Android into some hands as a free phone. If you are a dev and weren’t paying attention to Android before I’d suggest you pay attention now.

  2. Main reason I wanted this phone was for the larger screen but seems the 60mb of internal memory is very disappointing…AND WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT TO PUT A 3.5mm HEADSET JACK ON A PHONE?!?

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