The U.S. group Dell launches its first Android smartphone on its local market, the United States, with the Aero model Dell distributed by the operator AT & T.
After turning around the bush for years, the group Dell has decided to present a first Android smartphone last year, the Dell Mini 3. Cautiously, the U.S. group is not returned directly in established markets, where competition in the smartphone industry is fierce.
He preferred to start with emerging markets particularly dynamic BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) by launching its terminal in China (as the Dell Mini 3i subsystem WHO derivative of Android at China Mobile) and Brazil ( at the operator Claro).
Now ready, it’s another name that Dell finally invests its local market, the United States, announcing the Dell Aero equivalent Dell Mini 3, at the mobile operator AT & T. This last fact says almost nothing, except that it is the first Dell smartphone launched in the U.S. and it will have a touchscreen overlay jointly developed by Dell and AT & T.
No information on either version of Android that loads, which may well be less than 2.x. If it is an equivalent of the Dell Mini 3, one can expect a quad-band GSM terminal / GPRS / EDGE and dualband UMTS / HSDPA with a CO 3 megapixel back and the WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as a GPS module.
It will take a bit to know when this smartphone will be available and at what price.