The rest of the leaked specs back in August were 1GHz Snapdragon, and an 8MP camera with LED flash. One of the found prototypes then was with AWS frequencies, which means T-Mobile might be getting it, along with the originally expected AT&T. The reviewers also thought that it might appear on Verizon or Sprint, since they found on one of the devices software, called Qualcomm CDMA Programming. However, since the name of one company branch is Qualcomm CDMA Technologies, and Snapdragon is their chipset, it probably is just the generic utility software for testing GSM and CDMA basebands in Snapdragon-based devices, so we wouldn't place our hopes too high about this one.
In any case, we can probably expect to see the Dell Venue announced in the US at some point, maybe right after the company fixes the nagging issues with its WP7-running brethren, the Dell Venue Pro, the delivery of which has been pushed back to January now for most handsets.
source: KT (translated) & Engadget