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Dell plans to release their Android handset in the US

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Dell plans to release their Android handset in the US
Dell released their first Android handset, the Dell Mini 3i in China at the end of August, but didn´t mention if it was coming to other markets. The rumour has it the manufacturer plans to sell the Mini 3i in the US as well.

According to the unofficial information coming from  CrunchGear, the American version of the cell phone will be better made than the Chinese. It will sport a more capable, 5-megapixel camera alongside of the 3-megapixel one integrated into the Asian version. That´s pretty much all the available information at this time, other than the claim that the Android code will be modified, therefore rendering certain applications incompatible with the American version. We still don´t know what carriers will be distributing the Dell Mini 3i, but at least CrunchGear promises to release pictures of the upcoming device by the end of the week, so we will find out more soon enough.

Nothing has been mentioned about an European version of the cell phone, so we can only hope Dell decides to sell it across the Old continent as well.


source: CrunchGear
Dell plans to release their Android handset in the US

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:44

1. artz1986 (Posts: 453; Member since: 11 Mar 2009)


and at&t won't be getting it...cheers apple [ fucking iPhone >=/ ]

posted on 07 Oct 2009, 10:36

2. VZWfangirl (Posts: 71; Member since: 25 Jul 2009)


I was just going to say this should go to AT&T because if not, they will now be the only carrier with no Android phones. They really need to step their smartphone game up.

posted on 07 Oct 2009, 12:09

3. Fanboys Suck (Posts: 609; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)


They were planning on getting the Landcaster(Android), but from what I know, that is not going to happen anymore. You are right, AT&T does need to step up their game, especially in this department.

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