Details of a New Huawei Prisim II Leaks into the Wild
T-Mobile and Huawei are looking to introduce the Prism II. TMo has teamed up with nearly every manufacturer the world has come to know. In the past you may have seen a host of different phones that are for sale within he halls of the magenta clad carrier that show no branding other than T-Mobile. Unfortunately, the carrier is not producing phones; however manufacturers like ZTE, LG and Huawei have developed handsets that come into this world with no reference to the manufacturer. The latest handset to leak in this category is the new T-Mobile Prism II.
The original T-Moble Prism was introduced back in May of last year and was priced at an amazingly affordable 20 bucks. The latest iteration of the Prism is currently hitting the rumor mill and while it may prove to be slightly improved, that low price point should stick by its side. @evleaks has up and done it again spilling the beans on unreleased wares. While the specifics don’t give us much to run with it is cool to know that a budget minded smart phone will be hitting the ranks running the likes of Android version 4.1.1. According to the leaky twitter account the new T-Mobile Prisim will indeed be a Huawei manufactured handset, aka Huawei U8686. The device will come with a HVGA touch screen of unknown size as well as a 1 GHz processor that is assumed to be that of the single core variation. The only other details surrounding this new device are, it will come with Android version 4.1.1 and is pictured here. The picture give us at least one more detail in that the rear camera will be standing alone without a LED flash and with that will most likely clock in at or under 5 mega pixels. No word on launch or pricing however, but it may be safe to assume a similar price point and launch window found with the original Prism.
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