Dell, in the smartphone world? Believe it or not, it's true! Dell
got out of the handheld game when they killed the Axim PDA line a few years back, but with smartphones becoming more and more popular (not to mention profitable), Dell found it hard to resist. After well over a year of rumors of a "Mini 3," the Dell Aero has just surfaced on AT&T.
It's an Android
-based device, but the interface has been heavily modified from what we can say. It'll be Dell's first smartphone in the United States, and the form factor shouldn't surprise you. It's a typical touch panel-based phone with limited hard buttons, but aside from that, specifications are hard to find. Dell promises that more details will be shown in due time, and even AT&T has confirmed that the interface will be all-new and developed jointly by the carrier and Dell.
Pricing and release details are also expected to be released soon.
AT&T also will soon unveil an Android-based smartphone the Dell
Aero. This will be Dell’s first smartphone available in the U.S., and
will feature a new, beautiful custom user interface developed by Dell
and AT&T. To learn more about the Dell Aero, visit www.att.com/aero.