Anyone remember the Huawei-made T-Mobile Prism 2 whose unofficial headshot was @evleaked back in March? You probably don’t, so let me refresh your memory. The little fellow was said to follow on the footsteps of last year’s T-Mo Prism and, while it looked low-end from a mile away, its exact specs and features were hard to guess.
Well, no more mystery and no more secrecy, as T-Mobile has made the Prism 2 official in the most non-glamorous way possible – by listing it on the carrier’s website. Oh, well, it’s not like the phone was destined for glamour anyway.
Sporting an identical 3.5-inch 480 x 320 screen as its predecessor, the Prism 2 only steps things up in two departments. First, there’s the on-board software, which has leaped not one, but two generations ahead, from Android 2.3 Gingebread to 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Second, the 600 MHz CPU of the first Prism has also been bumped up, though not by much (to a 1 GHz single-core unit, to be specific). The 512 MB of RAM are still in place, as are the modest 4 GB of internal storage, 3 MP rear camera, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity.
In terms of design, the Prism 2 doesn’t look very different from a distance, but apparently it’s 15 grams lighter than the first-gen phone, which is pretty neat. Listed as “coming soon” on T-Mobile.com, the 3.5-incher doesn’t have an official price point yet, but everything shall be unraveled in mere days.
<Source: Phone Dog>