AT&T has unveiled the Dell Aero, the company's first smartphone for North America. Though technical specifications have not been released, it's rumored to be running Android 1.5-1.6 OS with a custom skin.
In January, Dell officials said AT&T, the No. 2 mobile service carrier in the United States, would carry Dell's smartphone as well as four others from HTC Corp. and Motorola Inc., officials said today.
Headed for AT&T in Q1 2010 is the Android-powered Dell Mini 3. Featuring a 3.5-inch (640 x 280) touchscreen display, 3.0-megapixel camera w/flash, GPS, and microSD expansion. Pricing has not yet been announced. Continue reading for one more picture from Dell's CES 2010 press conference.
And from the looks of that pic of a prototype supplied by Direct2Dell, this Android handset will be custom skinned for AT&T.
When is a Dell Mini netbook not just a netbook? When it gets transformed into the world's largest Android-powered smartphone, retaining its 10.1-inch LCD display. Continue reading for a video demonstration.
Of course, this thing won't exactly fit in most pockets, but as a curiosity (and a conversation starter) it performs admirably.
Similar to the Microsoft Courier, this custom tablet PC features dual touchscreen displays, running Windows 7. The OS reportedly "detects all the drivers very easily, though calibration of monitor 2 touch is still a little bit off." Continue reading for one more picture.
The next step is to flatten all the components in the USB monitor, and laser-cut a custom case for it. For the custom case, I will need two sets of monitor hinges, so that they can be unfolded at 180 degrees without touching each other.