Dell Mini 5 Passes FCC With AT&T 3G


The guys at Engadget have done a pretty darn good snooping job through which they’ve figured out that the Dell Mini 5 has passed the FCC with the bands needed for AT&T, Rogers, Bell, and Telus 3G. This wasn’t an open and shut case of finding Dell’s paperwork, this time it was a little bit more tricky.


The Dell Mini 5 was rumored to be manufactured by a company called Qisda. Well above left you’ve got a filing from Qisda that comes with… a Dell logo! And on the right you’ve got a picture of what is known to be the Dell Mini 5 sporting what looks to be the exact same thing.

Nice work, Watson!

[FCC via Engadget]

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  1. This thing looked awesome from the brief video clip posted a couple weeks ago. Any word on specs? pricing? OS Version?

  2. There have been so many “passes FTC with AT&T” before that have led to what we have today (nothing), that I just don’t see these as any kind of insight any more. I don’t know if handset manufacturers have to pay the government to get this testing done (probably), but if they do they might want to take a hard look at the track record so far.

  3. Man with the blue-tooth keybord-and-phone-cover-attachment this thing would be epic! I hope they sell an unlocked copy of it!

  4. The unexpectedly awesome feature? The 5MP camera. The Dell Mini 5 has a 5-inch screen, and your subject fills the entire frame. It’s an oddly satisfying implementation of a camera, in a super sizing kind of way.
    This will be dell’s flagship for their tablet device. More Details:

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