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The T-Mobile Pulse was the first Android handset to be available as PAYG in Europe and America.

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Pros

A budget phone which punches way above it's weigt

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Big screen

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WiFi

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Front & Back cameras

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GPS

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Comes with a 2Gb micro SD

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Capacitive touch-screen

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Bluetooth with Advanced Audio Profile

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The cheapest Android phone

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Android operating system

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Trackpad

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Available on PAYG (without contract)

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Cons

Not enough built in memory, needs an SD card installed to do anything useful

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Only 2.5mm headphone jack (incompatible with most quality headphones)

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Android 1.5 is considered somewhat obsolete and unlikely to be given any major revisions

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Mono speaker

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Cheap build quality

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CPU is somewhat slower than needed to support typical Android applications

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Known for glitchy audio playback when WiFi is activated

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 The T-Mobile Pulse was the first Android handset to be available as PAYG in Europe and America. It's feature-set is broadly identical to other 1st generation Android phones (e.g. the HTC T-Mobile MyTouch), however it is sold at a considerably lower price.

Prior to it's make-over by T-Mobile it was known in China as the Huawei 8220, a phone originally built to bring Android to the Chinese domestic market. 

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