Dell Aero confirmed to offer Google friendly apps from the beginning

Dell Aero confirmed to offer Google friendly apps from the beginning
Thankfully the Dell Aero isn't looking like it'll be following in the same footsteps as the Motorola BACKFLIP as some interesting new changes have taken notice since the last time the Dell Aero was seen. Even though we saw AT&T flex its muscles in the wake of the Motorola BACKFLIP's release, the Dell Aero is fortunately seeing some changes that'll have the common set of Google apps from the onset – such as the Android Market, YouTube, Google Maps, Google Talk, Gmail, and finally Google Search.  The proof of it all can be found on a splash page on AT&T's web site where the Aero is being touted as the “lightest Android smartphone ever.” Additionally it reveals that it'll have access to the over 20,000 AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots, include support for Flash Lite, and have the ability to send content taken from its 5-megapixel camera to popular sites like Flickr, Picasa, TwitPic, YouTube, and  Facebook. Now that it's looking a bit better and not as crippled as some thought it would end up becoming, the Dell Aero should prove to offer the full experience of Android from the beginning.

Dell Aero Preliminary Specifications

source: AT&T via TFTS


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