T-Mobile has announced the first ever pay as you go Android handset to be offered in the UK. The device is called the Pulse and is made by Huawei. Exact details on the little device are very scant at this point.
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Huawei makes a range of broadband dongles for laptops and netbooks for several mobile providers. The handset will go on sale in the UK in October for £180.
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"The T-Mobile Pulse represents another Android milestone from T-Mobile," said Nicola Shenton, who currently heads the operator's handset business in the UK, in a statement. "We introduced the first Android handset, the T-Mobile G1, to the UK back in October 2008, launched our second handset, the G2 Touch, earlier this year and now we're opening up Android-based smartphones to a whole new type of mobile user with the first handset on pay-as-you-go."