Just a few years ago, virtually no one thought Dell would venture into the smartphone business. With the exception of a few stand-outs, Dell has always been fairly conservative with their products and had never really strayed too far from the PC and its associated peripherals and accessories, although they did make a few slick PDAs back in their heyday. Dell's been mobile for years, however, and the Adamo XPS showed that the company's design squad is certainly capable of producing some world-class, ultra-mobile hardware. But Dell smartphone? As strange as it may have sounded just a few years ago, the company has launched a full-on assault into the handset market, and not a minute too soon. The Dell Venue, which we're reviewing here today, is a slate-styled, unlocked device, that has Android 2.2 as its operating system... Dell Venue Android Smartphone Review
I personally love my Evo 4G but you have to hand it to Dell for making a very good looking phone. They should have some experience with these types of things considering their PDA's were some of the best available.
Great review, is there a silver dollar version of the review? It's a really attractive phone, hats off to dell. Looks like good performance and features too. I haven't really looked at it until I read/watched this review. Nice music in the vid! Sounds like I just walked into a western bar in an 80's sitcom.
Now you're just mashing it!
Looks sweet! Glad to see Dell is getting back in the handheld game!
looks cool, it'll be interesting to watch the smart phone market develop over the next 5 years
The smart phone field develops so fast it is incredible. We know we have several dual core w/separate GPU units coming now. I also know we have quad core goodness coming before the end of the year. So this field is exploding!
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