The Dell Aero for AT&T is expected to be launched soon but the information on the device is limited. Fortunately, the recent leak on Dell's upcoming handsets also included some details on the Aero. The leaked information indicate that the upcoming AT&T phone will be powered by a 624MHz Marvell processor and will ship with a capacitive stylus for handwriting recognition.
The Dell Lightning Windows Phone 7 handset was exposed recently and it has become clear that the company is also looking to make an impact in the growing Android market. The folks at Engadget were also able to obtain preliminary information on a trio of Android-powered smartphones from Dell.
Let's break down the information on these upcoming Android smartphones after the break.
When it leaks, it pours.
After images and specifications of different smartphones including the new generation iPhone (which is now lost), T-Mobile myTouch Slide and clamshell Blackberry 9670 has been prematurely disclosed, another “top secret” smartphone has been untimely uncovered. The spotlight is now on the Dell Lighting and this might just trump previous smartphone rumors.
Dell showcased its sleek Android-powered Mini 5 at CES 2010 and the device just passed the testing labs of the FCC. The documents show that the tablet features WCDMA Band IV indicating that it might be headed for the T-Mobile network. The Dell Mini 5 is expected to offer a five-inch 800 x 480 capacitive touchscreen, Snapdragon QSD8250 chipset, WiFi, and GPS.
Chances are that if you have bought a phone in the last five years that it includes a camera. There's also a good chance that you've used that camera once or twice. But even more likely is the fact that you aren't using it frequently anymore because of the horrible pictures it takes. Thankfully, we're here to help. Here is our guide to taking amazing pictures with your cameraphone.
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This year's CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas proved to be a great venue for the introduction of new handsets and mobile services. Let's summarize the new mobile phones that were launched at the wireless show.
The second Android smartphone for AT&T has been announced! This upcoming AT&T phone for 2010 was first revealed via the carrier's Facebook account. A promo page for the Dell Aero has also surfaced at the AT&T website announcing that the "lightest Android smartphone" is coming soon to the "nation's fastest 3G network!."
The Dell Aero is expected to feature a 3.5″ nHD 360×640 display, 5 megapixel camera, web browser with Flash Lite, Wi-Fi, aGPS, 3G, support for Microsoft Exchange and a new custom UI skin.