Engadget seems to have gotten their hands on information about the future Dell Smartphone’s. Among these, the Dell Flash should bring with it the future version of the Google mobile OS: Android Froyo.
Following leaks about the future iPhone, information now swirling around the internet surrounds future Dell Smartphone’s. The site Engadget has gotten their hands on the technical characteristics of the future handsets by the American computer manufacturer, with their goals appearing to be more ambitious then just the Dell Mini 3 / Aero, the only model currently available.
Numerous Smartphone’s have been spoken about, but the Dell Flash Smartphone stands out as it should bring with it the next version of Google Android, Android Froyo, accompanied by a dedicated tactile screen. The device won’t be thicker than 11 mm, offering a 3.5" WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) display.
Specifications The telephone is GSM/GPRS/EDGE compatible and UMTS/HSPA tri-band with the particularity of supporting HSDPA download speeds of 14.4 Mbps and upload speeds (HSUPA) of 5.6 Mbps. On the back we find a 5 mega pixel camera with stabiliser and smile detection.
The Dell Flash Smartphone should come with 512 MB of RAM and 512 MB of ROM, with a microSD port capable of managing up to 64GB (SDXC compatible?). The device also comes with WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity options, a GPS module and TV output, with everything being powered by a Qualcomm MSM7230 processor running at 800 MHz (the well known MSM7x30 processor released at the end of 2009).
The Dell Flash won’t be launched before the first quarter of 2011, initially by the carrier AT&T according to information provided by Engadget.