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Confirmed: USA to Get Dell Android Smartphone Too

 Confirmed: USA to Get Dell Android Smartphone Too
Everyone is jumping on the Google Android bandwagon these days and it seems like we’re about to get a huge range of smartphones using the platform. We already knew about the Dell Mini 3i Android smartphone and how it was destined for the Chinese market, but what about Android fans on this side of the pond? It seems like we’re going to be in luck too.

In addition to its launch over in China, the Dell Mini 3i seems like it is also coming to the United States in some form or another. It may not be exactly the same Android smartphone that’ll be making its rounds through Beijing and Shanghai, but it’ll likely be quite similar. I’m willing to bet that Wi-Fi will join the feature set, for example.

The confirmation of a US-bound Dell Android handset came from Mr. Michael Dell himself, though he wasn’t as forthcoming with any more specific details. He did mention that the Dell-branded handset is being planned for a 2010 release in the States.

What do you want to see in a Dell Android smartphone? Which carrier will be accepting the new handset? I’m thinking that AT&T is a good bet, seeing how the GSM carrier is more than happy to offer the iPhone alongside the Garmin nuvifone. Then again, T-Mobile’s in love with Android, so that might happen too.

Source: MobileCrunch



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