Dell to rival Apple & HTC Mobile handset Market?

It worked for Apple but can Dell really make the jump to being successful in the mobile phone game? According to some recently leaked Dell documents they are planning to do more than just test the waters.

Dell to rival Apple & HTC Mobile handset Market?


It worked for Apple but can Dell really make the jump to being successful in the mobile phone game? According to some recently leaked Dell documents they are planning to do more than just test the waters. A range of new Dell mobile phones appear to be in the works under the codenames - Flash, Smoke, & Lightning.

And here are a few of the features we can expect:

Flash
* 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7230
* 3.5 -inch WVGA LCD,
* HSPA 14.4Mbps
* 5 megapixel autofocus cam with image stabilization and smile / blink detection,
* 512MB of RAM
* up to 64GB Storage
* WiFi
* TV -out
* Bluetooth 3.0
* Full Flash Support

Due 1st Quarter of 2011


Smoke
* Full QWERTY Keyboard
* Android Froyo
* 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7230
* 2.8 -inch QVGA display
* 5 megapixel Camera,
* 14.4Mbps HSPA,
* Upto 32GB Storage
* WiFi
* Bluetooth
* Full Flash Support


Lightning

* Slide out Keyboard
* Windows Phone 7
* 1Ghz Snapdragon processor
* 512mb Ram
* Upto 8GB of storage
* 4.1" OLED Screen
* 5 MegaPixel Camera
* FM Radio
* Full Flash Support

Due 2nd Quarter of 2011

For more info check out the full details of the leak over at:

engadget.com

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