T-Mobile Pulse Mini Announced For Europe, Demoed


The T-Mobile Pulse has been out for sometime now, but it appears the trend of “Mini” versions of larger devices will continue – the carrier has just announced the T-Mobile Pulse Mini. The folks at ElectricPig/FoneHome are claiming it’ll be “the most up to date budget Android phone yet” and they’re absolutely right – this thing rocks Android 2.1 out of the box!

A few of the specs include a 2.8-inch QVGA screen, stylus for the resistive screen, 3.2 megapixel camera, HSDPA and Wi-Fi. The version above had its fair share of glitches and stumbles, but the phone is still a little ways from launch (date unknown) so we’ve been ensured these problems will be fixed prior to the consumer release.


The T-Mobile Pulse will hit Germany in April and probably the UK shortly thereafter.

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  1. Looks like a rebrand of the U8110, much as the original Pulse was a rebrand of the U8220.

  2. I don’t understand why they would make a 2.8inch android phone; sure it’s a budget phone but 2.8inch solely on touch is really frustrating. I think they should follow sony ericson with their x10 mini version with a qwerty keyboard.

  3. hahahaha as i said yesterday, its just another phone by Huawei that looks exactly the same as every other phone they put out. this is just the t-mobile tap with android. (i currently own the tap)

  4. Sounds like something for my wife.

  5. Way too small IMO. Guess it’d be fine for those using it to listen/view/surf media, but I can’t see anyone over the age of 12 using the tiny on-screen keyboard regularly… and liking it.

  6. Depending on price, it might be a good low-budget, starter Android phone for the non-geek in your life.

    If it’s cheap, I’d recommend it to my parents.

  7. So is the T-Mobile Pulse Mini Huawei U8230?

  8. Sorry I meant U8220-6 as the Huawei U8230 is a completely different model already available.

  9. Nevermind as both Huawei U8100 & U8110 are the T-Mobile Pulse Mini.

  10. oh dear not a good one. t mobile took the risk with the pulse and prevailed. however the pulse mini is just a no no. good luck t mobile your going to need it.

    posted from my pulse :)

  11. You’d be surprised how low-price attracts customers. Esp. for no-contract phones. The Acer Liquid is an example, good specs, not a lot of frills. This phone will be a success.

  12. If you set your usage alerts right you can get really cheap plans with Consumer Cellular. As long as you’re cool without an iPhone or Blackberry…

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