Dell`s First Smartphone: What Can You Expect from the Android?
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For many years, Dell has been a well-known and highly-respected name in computers. For the last few years, cell phones and handheld mobile devices have been becoming more and more like mini-computers. So it makes sense that Dell would get into this market. Let's see what we can expect from the computer giant as it ventures into a new field.
Isnít it only natural that Dell would release a new smartphone, combining their years of PC experience with the latest mobile trends? What would Dellís first smartphone be like for US buyers? Look at the Mini 3i Android, and you might have an answer.
Dell has long been the company behind affordable, user-friendly PCs which can be customized according to customer specifications. Known for offering lots of features and plenty of payment options, Dell is one of the most popular computer companies in the world.
But the modern world is changing at lightning-fast speeds these days, and the computer market has started to merge with the mobile market. And Dell didn't get to where it is today by letting important trends pass it by.
When your phone is a computer and your computer works with your phone, it seems that thereís nothing you canít do with a handheld device. Many computer companies and mobile companies are pairing up to take advantage of these trends, and recent developments show that Dell may not be too far behind.
Right now, thereís a lot of rumors surrounding a product Dell recently released in China. The companyís Mini 3i Android device could well be on its way to the StatesÖso what can buyers expect from the product?
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