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Dell Aero, Mini 5 devices to launch for AT&T in June?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 Apr 2010 15:17 User comments (2)

Dell Aero, Mini 5 devices to launch for AT&T in June? According to new reports, AT&T will launch the Aero smartphone and the Mini 5 tablet in June.
Both will run some iterations of the Android operating system but that is where the comparisons end.

The Aero, Dell's first American smartphone since the death of their Axim line in 2007, features a 3.5" nHD display with 360x640resolution, a 5MP camera, Flash Lite for better Internet video support and full GPS.

Dell Aero:


The Dell Mini 5, the company's first true tablet, will have a larger 5-inch display with WVGA (800x480 resolution) which is fully multi-touch supported.

It is unclear which Android firmware it will run, with reports differing from 1.6 all the way up to the latest, 2.1. The device will use a powerful 1 GHz processor. As standard with all tablets, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support is standard. Separating it even further from the iPad is the addition of a front-facing camera, allowing for video conferencing.

Dell says the tablet will come bundled with Adobe Flash (which the iPad will never have) and "a suite of entertainment, communications, and productivity software."

Tablet pic via Engadget:

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2 user comments

118.4.2010 3:06

Quote:
As standard with all tablets, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support is standard.
why use standard twice?

otherwise great article

219.4.2010 18:40

Originally posted by shaffaaf:
Quote:
As standard with all tablets, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support is standard.
why use standard twice?

otherwise great article
Maybe he works for the department of redundancy department. ;)

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