Nov 5th, 2009

The T-Mobile Pulse is currently available in some parts of the world, but those parts don’t include the United States and Canada. And although tomorrow will see the 3rd of 4 American carriers get an Android Phone, AT&T still sits robotless and iPhoned-out. But a recent FCC filling suggests some of this might change.


You may remember that the Pulse passed the FCC way back on August 18th as the U8220 with nearly the SAME EXACT FCC ID – QISU8220. The above bad boy comes furnished with a “-6” at the end, meaning it is probably a variation for another carrier. And with the bands this seems to be packing it seems destined for Rogers in Canada and/or AT&T in the states. We’re already fairly sure AT&T won’t be getting an Android Phone this year… so the wait begins.

By they way if this WERE to launch state-side it probably wouldn’t be called the “Pulse” if it wasn’t on T-MO. If it is AT&T’s first Android Phone maybe they should call it the “Defibrillator”.

Meanwhile a Huawei spokesman was heard discussing the company’s plans to release a range of new Android phones in Europe, Asia and Latin America. They declined to share details but you can certainly expect some interesting Huawei’s in 2010, probably rebranded as carrier phones.

[Via FCC, thanks Tommy]

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