The T-Mobile Pulse Mini Android phone has just debuted here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and it’s shaping up to be the most up to date budget Google phone yet, courtesy of Android 2.1 straight out of the box. But the resistive screen also means one other thing: this Android phone comes with a stylus. Read on for the first photos and video!
The T-Mobile Pulse Mini takes on the HTC Tattoo with a 3.2 megapixel camera, HSDPA and Wi-Fi all shoved urn underneath the 2.8-inch QVGA screen. And like the Tattoo, the T-Mobile Pulse Mini’s display is resistive, so while it’s not especially finger friendly, it does come with a stylus so you can tap away, for better or worse.
Although the version of the T-Mobile we played with had unfinished, crashy software on board, we’re assured the finished version will pack Android 2.1, which should make whizzing through your contacts much more pleasant on such a small screen.
Take a look at the T-Mobile Pulse Mini here in our gallery and hands-on video and look for it in a few short months.
Out Q2 2010 | £TBC | T-Mobile