Thursday, September 3, 2009

Headed for Europe, T-Mobile Pulse runs Android

T-Mobile pulled out the latest products of Huawei U8220. Products launched in the United States choose a taste that is more than the previous product. Huawei U8220 can be used to record video that you like so you do not lose such an amazing event.

Not that our Stateside T-Mobile needs much help scoring Android handsets, but this phone looks strictly reserved for our European brethren. The T-Mobile Pulse is actually Huawei's U8220, which looks a little drab compared to its sibling U8230, and works in what seems to be standard these days smartphone specs: 3.2 megapixel camera, 3.5-inch 320 x 480 screen, HSDPA, Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS. The 2GB SD cards and their 3.5 hours of talk time leave a bit to be desired, and the 13.5mm thickness is almost as beastly as Motorola's latest, but we're sure the Pulse means well. No word on a straight price, but in Germany with a two year agreement prices start at 5 euros a month.

N97 is New Product From NOKIA

Nokia has released the latest product in the form of booklets 3G. And a small unique shape that allows its users. This Nokia product launched in Stuttgart, Germany.

You should probably be informed that Nokia had quite the morning yesterday as Nokia World 2009 kicked off in Stuttgart. Not only was the N97 mini made official, but the company's Booklet 3G was fully detailed and the first two handsets in the newfangled X series were also unveiled. Naturally, a slew of cameras descended upon the new gear just as soon as the suits left the stage, and we've rounded up the best of the best below for your perusal and enjoyment. If you're looking for the actual news on these very devices, have a look right here, and feel free to hop on past the break for a few videos from the show floor.

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