September 7, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka
The T-Mobile Pulse is a pay as you go phone but it looks like something I’d be willing to pay for on contract. The phone has a nice physical design , a good looking twist on the stock Android appearance, and some decent media features like storing and streaming media online from T-Mobile. The homescreen upgrades the default 3×1 set-up with a 3×3 format that provides 9 panels for storing your icons, shortcuts, and widgets. There’s also a TouchFlow/Cover Flow style scrolling for contacts to make the device even more appealing. A few demonstration videos have hit YouTube and the Huawei-made Pulse looks better than I expected.
As we mentioned earlier, the Pulse is expected to cost £179.99 and carrier costs of £5 per day for mobile service and £1 per day for using the Internet.