Dell’s Streak tablet may be getting all the Android attention for the company in the US, but they’ve followed up with a retail launch of the Dell Aero smartphone. Packing a 3.5-inch 640 x 360 touchscreen, 624MHz
Guess it won’t be long now, this device was promised for a Q2 release and the end of that quarter is fast approaching. The Dell Aero has just received approval from the FCC. This device is expected to land on AT&T in June.
The first batches of these handsets that were tested were missing nearly all of Google’s apps. Like the Bacflip, this handset was also going to have a few core Android apps replaced by bloatware. The most notable omission was
Like most new phones, AT&T and Dell are trying to keep the information on this phone tight lipped until they are ready to officially introduce it. Engadget managed to get some hands on time with the Aero at this year’s CTIA
AT&T have announced their first Android smartphone, the Dell Aero, which looks to be their rebadge of the Dell Mini 3. Details on the handset are scant – we’re expecting to hear more at CTIA Wireless 2010 this