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T-Mobile is gearing up to release its second pay-as-you-go Android smartphone: the Huawei-made Pulse Mini.

Set to be priced at £100, the 2.8in touchsreen-equipped handset runs Android 2.1. There's a 3.2Mp camera on the back.

T-Mobile Pulse Mini

T-Mobile's Pulse Mini: Android 2.1 on board

The Pulse Mini uses Micro SDHC cards for storage, and it'll take cards of up to 16GB in capacity. The only other feature T-Mobile felt the need to highlight was the handset's 3.5mm headphone socket, a port absent from the original Pulse.

Alas, T-Mobile didn't state exactly when the Pulse Mini will go on sale. ®

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