AT&T Dell Aero
Dell’s Aero has finally hit AT&T. Though it initially looked like a non-US device, it now looks like the offspring of the new T-Mobile CLIQ XT and the NeXT Cube. The best feature about it is probably the photorealistic icons.
It is Dell’s first Android smartphone in the US and has finally been confirmed for AT&T and has been named as AT&T Dell Aero. Details about it are however, limited thought AT&T has promised to reveal more at this weeks CTIA 2010 Wireless event. Overall however, the handset seems to be a reworked product of Dell’s existing Mini3i. This means that you can expect a 3.5 inch 640 X 360 touchscreen and 3G connectivity.
As confirmed by AT&T, along with Dell have changed the standard Android interface and have worked to reskin the Aero’s user interface. As Dell has released only one image and there are no prototypes available much can’t be said about the extent of customization of the Aero. AT&T have however, released a few more details dubbing it as the lightest Android smartphone in the market. As posted on their new product page, the 3.5 inch touch screen comes with nHD resolution and it also comes with additional built in GPS and Wifi. The Dell handset also includes a 5 megapixel camera which has integrated access to Facebook, Flickr, Picasa and Youtube. There is however, no price or availability yet.