AT&T is one of the largest US networks and they are planning to launch some high-end devices like the iPhone 5 and HTC Holiday, but that doesn’t mean they don’t care about the people who can’t afford or don’t want a big and high-end smartphones e.g. students or senior citizens. So people looking for an affordable Android powered handset, today AT&T launched the Impulse 4G for you. The device is manufactured by Chinese manufacturer Huawei, which is also a leading technology company in Asian countries specially. AT&T will be launching it officially on Sept. 18 for just $29.99 on a two-year contract, not a bad deal, right?
It features a 3.8-Inch touchscreen display with 480×800 resolution, Android 2.2, 5MP camera on the back with autofocus and flash and some other common features. Well, if there’s a drawback then it would be Froyo, otherwise the device is just perfect for people seeking for a entry level Android device. So anyone looking forward to grab one from AT&T? Tell us in the comment box below.
Source: AT&T via AndroidCentral