The new mobile phone under the brandname of T-Mobile is Comet. Formerly it was known as Huawei Ideos. The device will be available on the markets very soon – from 3. November but the price is still unknown.  It is an entry level Android phone targeted in the low-class devices and taking in mind its technical specifications, it can’t go higher than this.


T-Mobile Comet features a 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen TFT display running at resolution of 320×280 pixels, a 3MP video camera, support of 802.11 b/g/n networks, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP connectivity, 256MB RAM and 512MB ROM where 200MB of the ROM are available to the user, a microSD card slot supporting cards with maximum capacity of only 16GB. In addition to this, the device has all the usual orientation sensors, ambient light sensor and the common package of Google application like Google Maps, Gmail, Google Search (including the voice search), Documents and so on.

One good thing about T-Mobile Comet is that it will be running on Android 2.2 FroYo – something surprising, considering the rest of the hardware specifications. Another good thing, especially for the messaging and social communication lovers is that there is Swype preinstalled that will help you in typing faster than ever.

2 thoughts on “All you need to know about T-Mobile Comet

  1. I deleted that little bar beneath the news and weather feed… how do i get that back? I did it on accident because i thought it spawned an extra one, but now i see that instead of deleting the supposed “spawned” one i deleted the actual one.. i really would like it back on here without having to restart my phone completely… but if it comes to that i guess i won’t be too mad
    please email me at if anyone can tell me how to get that little bar back..

  2. Not sure what you mean but if you try pressing on a blank area of the screen for a while (long press) and you’ll get a menu, try selecting widgets and you might find the bar you are looking for.

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