New Android handsets are becoming very common on the market with new devices showing up all the time. Google previously promised that it would have 20 new Android devices available by the end of 2009 and it looks like the search giant will easily hit that number.
T-Mobile has a new Android handset coming from Huawei called the 8220, but reports claim it may be called the Pulse when it hits the carrier officially. The device has Wi-Fi and a 3MP camera. Other features include Bluetooth and a 3.5-inch screen.
Storage for the phone is a mere 256MB and with such a tiny amount of storage, I hope a microSD card slot is featured for expansion. This will likely be one of the cheaper Android devices on the market judging by the paltry specifications. If the device will hit the U.S. market is unclear at this time.
[via Phones Review]