Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Dell's Android-based Mini 3i Smartphone Gets Official China Mobile Gets Their Hands on It

It was just last week that we stumbled upon Dell's first smartphone, the
Android-based Mini 3i (MINI3i), today, we managed to get official word
the the phone has already been introduced in Beijing with China Mobile
getting their hands on it. Running on the Open Mobile System the new
Dell Mini 3i is an EDGE-only mobile phone that impresses in the Chinese
market even though it doesn't sport Wi-Fi connectivity.

As previously reported, Dell Mini 3 comes with a 3.5-inch nHD
640×360 LCD (18-bit, 262k colors), features a 3-megapixel camera
with auto-focus, flash, 8x digital zoom and 30fps video shooting mode.
OTA capable, Mini 3 also sports an on-screen QWERTY keyboard and adds a
microSD slot for more storage. There's also an USB 2.0 slot, Bluetooth
2.0 + EDR support, A-GPS and Microsoft Exchange support with Google,
AIM, Yahoo and MSN IM clients.

We don't have a price for it yet, but we got some pictures to lure you
in. It looks sleek, nonetheless.

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