AT&T has officially confirmed via its Facebook page that it will be selling the Android-based Dell Aero otherwise known as the Mini 3 handset, marking Dell's comeback in the smartphone/PDA market ever since it canned its Axis range of products.
The smartphone is already on sale in China and Brazil and the new Aero will sports an AT&T customised user interface which indicate that such deals could be coming from other mobile phone operators in the future.
The Aero has a 3.5-inch 640x360 pixels capacitive touchscreen, a 3-megapixel camera with flash, A-GPS, microSD card and WiFi. Dell said at CES 2010 earlier this year that they expected AT&T to release the device in the first half of 2010.
Ron Garriques, president of Dell Communication Solutions, said at that time that "The Mini 3 is a result of listening to customers and creating products that allow people to do the things they want, whenever and wherever they want to do them."
The phone will be AT&T's second Android smartphone and Dell has yet to confirm whether the Dell Mini 3 will be based on the Android 2.1 or on older versions.
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