Dell Aero Preliminary Specifications
1. tiolawa (Posts: 115; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
Honestly I believe that it is unreal how companies try to control content that people put on there phone's unless it is illegally obtained they should have no say. We do not do this with our computer's why do it with our mobile devices?
2. baldilocks (Posts: 672; Member since: 14 Dec 2008)
We don't buy our computer from our internet providers.
5. jbroots3 (Posts: 104; Member since: 29 Jan 2010)
ATT is going to have to move out of the way for Sprint once they lose the contract for the iphone. ATT must like bronze!
3. Sharky (Posts: 227; Member since: 24 Jun 2008)
What a surprise... I hope Dell sells an unlocked version at some point.
4. Jeradiah3 (Posts: 1024; Member since: 11 Feb 2010)
im surprised tht dell will agree with tht. i work for AT&T and i think tht the backflip is weak because AT&T has restrictions as to what the phone can really do. it should be as good as the samsung moment from sprint or other simple android phones. i have a dell computer, but i dont know about having a dell phone as well. i havent sold a backflip yet and i almost dont want to because customers would be disappointed
8. jd829 (Posts: 155; Member since: 24 Feb 2010)
You must be a lazy sales rep. The backflip has been around 20% of my company's total sales since launch.
6. haley72 (Posts: 7; Member since: 16 Dec 2008)
The average customer isnt going to care that they can only buy apps from the Market. Most people dont even know that phones are able to download apps in the first place. So, while I understand the gripe about "locking" a phone down (cause I myself am a techy when it comes to phones) I dont think it should really matter for the average end user. The backflip is still a decent phone for its price point and my customers have seen to really like them. I guess time will tell though.
7. artz1986 (Posts: 453; Member since: 11 Mar 2009)
That's the point, we are still the minority when it comes to seeing the potential in these devices, until this changes, wireless providers can customize whatever they want to their liking, and there won't be any uprising. The basic consumer mainly wants to do specific things w/ their phone : Facebook, Myspace, Youtube, Email, etc...that's it. Do they care if they use Yahoo search instead of Google? No. Do they care about true multitasking? No. Ask the average person the differences between Android, Web OS, iPhone OS and WinMo, and I bet most of them won't know. It sucks, but that's the world we live.
9. cansler (Posts: 136; Member since: 07 Oct 2009)
my hope is these are mid level feature phones and the Desire will be opened up as a flagship Android powerhouse. And as such will not be restricted. At least, that is my hope, as I really want that one. If not, I'll have to root it with an unlocked Bravo ROM.