MWC 2010: T-Mobile Pulse Mini brings Android to the table for under £100

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T mobile pulse mini.JPGGot a spare £100 lying around? If you do, you could soon be able to pick up T-Mobile’s budget Android phone, the Pulse Mini, and still get change.

Retailing for just £99.99 on Pay-As-You-Go tariffs, the Pulse Mini is a shrunken T-Mobile Pulse, featuring a 3.2 MP camera with LED flash, a 2.8 inch resistive toucshcreen and throwing in a 3.5mm headphone jack compared to the 2.5mm offering originally found on Mr Pulse Snr.

It’s not exactly a jaw-dropping phone in this day and age. Its 106x57x14mm dimensions are a bit on the chubby side, while 300MB of on board memory is hardly anything to write home about.

Still, you’ll be hard pressed to find Android 2.1 anywhere else on such a tight budget.

The Pulse Mini will be hitting shops in April.

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Gerald Lynch
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