(TS) – The T-Mobile Prism II, built by Huawei, is an entry-level Android smartphone, like its predecessor, the T-Mobile Prism. Introduced last spring, it is not a device that will set your gadget heart aflutter, but the price of admission is low. The Prism is currently free on T-Mobile with a contract, but even full retail was only $249.
That low price assumption is based on two factors — the specs and the price of the currently available Prism. T-Mobile has the Prism available for $149.99, or for $69.99 if you are willing to pick it up refurbished. This leak didn’t include a full set of specs, but it did come along with an image of the front and backside of the device. You can get a look at the handset in all its glory above.
Nothing all that exciting from the image. The handset has the three capacitive buttons, one for back, home and menu and is lacking a front-facing camera. There is however a rear-facing camera of unknown megapixels. Specs for the handset look to include Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean along with a 1.0GHz processor and HVGA quality display.
The leak has yet to specify a display size, however we are thankful that it will at least be launching with Jelly Bean. The previous Huawei Prism, which launched a while back, did so with Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. While we wait for an announcement from T-Mobile, we also realize that if some recent rumors come true, the point about the Prism II launching as a post-paid or pre-paid device will not matter. If you remember back to last week, T-Mobile rumors were suggesting that contracts would soon be a thing of the past.
Tags: Jelly Bean, Low-end Huawei Prism II
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