Dell Aero Android-powered smartphone now available at AT&T

Dell’s first Android-based smartphone for the US is now available for for $99.99 with new AT&T two-year contract or $299.99 without.

Dell Aero has a dimensions of 122 x 57.9 x 11.7 mm,  weights 104 grams, has a 3.5-inch (640 x 360-  16:9 aspect ratio) capacitive touchscreen,  handy to watch video on it and the display is covered by Corning’s Gorilla Glass for better protection. The smartphone is powered by 624MHz Marvell CPU runs Android 1.5, feature triband UMTS/HSPA, quadband GSM/EDGE, WiFi,  Bluetooth, GPS/A-GPS navigation and Full HTML Browser with Adobe Flashlite. Also packed with microSD card slot (2GB card preloaded), a 5-megapixel camera with 8x zoom and flash, POP, IMAP, Webmail and Microsoft Active Sync E-mail, and with today’s popular features Facebook with integrated calendar and contacts, Twitter and additional applications by Google, including YouTube and Android Market.

Dell Aero

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