It's difficult to say if the upcoming Huawei G7002 is going to see the admiration and notoriety associated with the T-Mobile Pulse that surely was a hit on its own for being a decent and inexpensive Android offering. Huawei is bypassing on having their latest handset be branded by a carrier and will go ahead to market itself simply as the Huawei G7002. As much as most consumers were expecting another affordable Android handset, it's not known for sure as to what will be running on the G7002. Some of its features include a touchscreen, 1.3-megapixel camera, integrated FM radio, and a battery that will last for about 12 and a half days on standby. It'll be making its way ever so discretely onto O2 UK's lineup very soon with an easy to swallow price tag of £40 on a pay-as-you-go plan. Following a path similar to other manufacturers, like HTC, Huawei is venturing into new territory as their first self branded handset is about to take flight.