Dell´s first Android-based cell phone heads for Brasil, sports Wi-Fi and 3G

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Dell´s first Android-based cell phone heads for Brasil, sports Wi-Fi and 3G
It´s been some time since the Dell Mini 3i, the first Android-based handset of the manufacturer got announced in China. Now the device has been spotted on internal documentation of a Brazilian carrier, where it goes under the name of Dell Mini 3iX. The available information reveals this will probably be a different version of the handset that unlike the Mini 3i will sport Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity. All other hardware specifications remain unchanged, meaning the Mini 3iX should roll out equipped with 3.5-inch multi-touch capable display, A-GPS, Bluetooth, 3-megapixel camera and microSD slot.

The pictures also show us a profoundly modified interface. As a whole, the personalization does remind us of the iPhone´s interface, only it´s different and definitely uglier in this case. As you might have guessed, the device has not been officially announced yet, neither by the manufacturer, nor by a carrier, but we hope this happens by the end of the year. Unfortunately, information on whether or not the Dell Mini 3i (or the 3iX) is coming to the US and if yes, then when exactly, is still unavailable. 

source: Celular Cafe via UnwiredView


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