Dell Aero. That would be the re-branding of the Mini i3 that Dell is currently selling in China. Yes, a Dell phone. As much as the thought seems interesting, yet strange, it’s Dell’s bid on an Android smartphone running on a heavily-overhauled custom UI (just look at it!). Right now here’s what AT&T has to say about it:
AT&T also will soon unveil an Android-based smartphone the Dell Aero. This will be Dell’s first smartphone available in the U.S., and will feature a new, beautiful custom user interface developed by Dell and AT&T. To learn more about the Dell Aero, visit www.att.com/aero.
The specs so far: a 3.5-inch nHD touchscreen, 5 megapixel camera, GPS, 3G, Flash Lite in the browser, access to 20,00 AT&T mobile hotspots, the claim that it’s the “lightest Android phone”, and social integration much like MOTOBLUR. The site link is live as about now, but with CTIA peeking over the Windows, and this post as a developing story, we’ll know more faster before you can say “Dell Aero” yourself.
UPDATE: We just scored ourselves a few shots of the Aero in the gallery below. Click to embiggen!
Dell Aero Exclusive Shots
Source: Dell Aero