T-Mobile pay as you go customers will soon be able to get their hands on yet another Android handset. The T-Mobile Pulse Mini is, well a mini version of the T-Mobile Pulse, the worlds first prepay Android handset that was launched last October and is once again manufactured by Huawei. It's not just its svelte credentials that differs the T-Mobile Pulse Mini from its predecessor. The touch-screen has been shaved off from 3.5-inches to 2.8, while the camera is now 3.2-megapixels as opposed to five.
However, it supersedes the original by running on the latest Android 2.1 software, while it also now sports a 3.5mm headset port and has a memory expandable by up to 16GB.
The T-Mobile Pulse Mini is the sixth Android handset on T-Mobile's portfolio and will be available from April for £99.99.