Some major leakage has just been spilling from the Dell camp lately. If the introduction of two new tablets weren’t enough – and if the Aero and Mini aren’t your thing – the Dell Flash will definitely catch you off guard. Taking a look at the list of specs, I’m completely in awe: if this is true, Dell is so far ahead of the game that it’s almost making me forget about the EVO 4G.
The phone will reportedly sport 512mb of RAM and ROM, a 3.5-inch WVGA LCD screen (unfortunately, it isn’t the AMOLED flavor that we’ve come to admire), TV out, bluetooth 3.0, and all of this works together with a Qualcomm MSM7230 800mhz processor (don’t let the numbers fool you: this thing is said to outperform Qualcomm’s current Snapdragon standard). Dell will be using the unreleased Android 2.2 Froyo which really says something about just how far ahead they’re thinking with their mobile strategy.
As for carriers? Going with the current trend (and the fact that the data bands are compatible), all signs point to AT&T. Dell’s getting serious with making a strong push into the phone market, and this will certainly make a pretty sizable splash in the Android ecosystem.
[courtesy of Engadget]
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