Windows Phone 7
. However, it was quite clear that there was more focus being placed on Android as there were three devices leaked for it as opposed to the single one for Windows Phone 7. Naturally Android's lightning quick pace in moving up the mobile market share could be part of the reason – which ultimately leaves some doubts that they may pass up on continuing with the Windows Phone 7 powered Dell Lightning. Fortunately though, those thoughts can be put at ease as CEO Michael Dell re-affirmed their commitment to Windows Phone 7 during a conference call. He said, “We’re very much working with Android and Windows Mobile 7, and we see those platforms as more attractive alternatives to other suggestions that you may have offered.” Now the “other suggestions” he mentions is the possibility of Dell coming into the game with their own mobile operating system. Still, it looks more promising that the rumored Dell Lightning will continue to live on and see an eventual launch into the market.
Dell Lightning Preliminary Specifications
The last time we've heard anything out of Dell's camp, it had to been the rush of new devices they're working on for both