After first appearing in some leaked renders way back in March (seriously, doesn't March 2013 feel like it was ages ago?), the Huawei-made Prism II has officially appeared on T-Mobile's website. First spotted by PhoneScoop, the Prism II runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and is the follow-up to 2012's T-Mobile Prism. A T-Mobile support document for the Prism II has revealed that the device is packing the following specs:
Two details that have yet to be revealed about the Prism II are its availability and pricing. Since T-Mobile has listed the Prism II in its online store and has a bevy of support documents for it, though, I'm betting that a launch isn't too far off. As for cost, one of the major selling points of the original Prism was its $149.99 no-contract price tag, and I wouldn't be surprised if the fairly entry-level Prism II turns out to be just as affordable.