A while ago we spotted a bunch of quite interesting Dell smartphones, which to this day haven't been announced officially. But don't worry the project isn't abandoned and the company is working hard on getting them on the market. The proof comes today in the form of live photos and a short demo video of the first of those devices, Dell Thunder.
The company's upcoming flagship, the Android-powered Dell Thunder, is expected to start shipping in the last quarter of 2010 (by the way an LTE-capable version of the device should show up as well) and while its exact launch date and price are still a mystery, most of its spces aren't.
The Thunder prototype on the images above (as well as on the video below) runs a non-customized version of Android 2.1 but sooner or later the Dell Stage UI should get on board.
The smartphone will pack a 4.1" AMOLED touchscreen of WVGA resolution and there will be an 8MP autofocus snapper capable of shooting 720p HD videos backstage.
On top of that there will be a user-replaceable 1400mAh battery. Check out this video to see the Thunder in action.
Oh come on DELL, I've read this in the net for a few months now, nothing materialize yet. Other brands have sprung up on their production and DELL just stays out. What's the matter, afraid of the market challenge. Don't forget about the internal memo...
Hey John, You must stop buying HTC Phones, HTC lacks in producing phones with larger/bigger memory. They specializes in producing phones with less memory only. Check out on their track record. Even if your HTC WILDFIRE gets Froyo 2.2, it's not get ...
The Wildfire is not a iPhone killer, its a cheap phone for the lower segment! Im an Android fan, but the Wildfire is not a great phone man.