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Android is no longer a contractual commitment. T-Mobile has launched Pulse: the UK’s first Android-based smartphone available on pay-as-you-go. tmobile_pulse T-Mobile's Pulse: the UK’s first PAYG Android, apparently Pulse – a Huawei-manufactured handset – has been launched on PAYG in an attempt to bring Android to “a wider …

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Resolution

320x480 screen, just so you know. Seems reasonable for the price.

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Unmetered 3g?

As with all smartphones, they're a bit unless until you get unmetered data included

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Donut

Does anyone know if the Pulse could be upgraded to Donut and would that be dependent on the phone maker, T-Mobile/Huawei in this case, supplying a specific version for this phone?

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Wonky exchange rate again!?

I was all up for buying one of these (in Germany) when I first read about it and saw the UK price. €200 is a bargain in anybody's book - unfortunately t-mobile Germany have a wonky calculator and have decided that 180 quid is actually equal to €299! Forget about rip-off Britain, this time it is anyone in Germany who is getting taken to the cleaners.

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Linux

Coming soon.

Irish operator Meteor is launching the Hero on PAYG from November 1st.

The price tag will be €399

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