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    Another handset that was showcased at the CTIA 2010 was the Dell Aero that is to be AT&T's second Android device. Apparently AT&T has some more work to do on the Aero before it releases the device due to the fact that the phone was not allowed to be turned on at the CTIA 2010, which is said to be AT&T's wish.

    The Dell Aero will come with Android 1.5 and should be upgradeable to Android 2.1 after the shipping of the Aero. Other features include: a 5 MP camera and expandable memory; and possibly a 2 GB MicroSD included.

    via: Dell Aero Shows its Shiny Face at #CTIA 2010 Unwired View


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    Re: AT&T Dell Aero

    In this phone the good thing is The Dell Aero has a slim and light design.

    And the bad thing is The Aero runs Android 1.5 with limited capabilities. The combination of the phone's controls and Dell's custom user interface makes for an unintuitive user experience. The smartphone is sluggish.



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