Dell Smoke is one among the Android mobile phones revealed by Dell recently. This is also an Android FroYo based handset like the Dell Flash; Froyo being a new Android version, after Eclair.
The Dell Smoke mobile phone looks like a lean mean business machine. Despite having a candybar form factor with a QWERTY keyboard, (a design usually associated with the Blackberry), the Smoke has been very creatively crafted to look different from the Blackberry. It is more sleek and svelte. However, it still remains to see how this little guy will fare when it comes to ease of use. The keys look very closely packed - a nice catalyst for typos.
Apart from this supposed drawback, the rest of the features the Smoke possesses look swell. Except for the form factor, it is quite similar to the Dell Flash in terms of specs. There's a 2.8" QVGA screen. An 800MHz processor sits at the heart handling processing.
Both WiFi and mobile broadband connectivity are offered for internet connection. 3.5G networks are supported, apart from EDGE, GPRS and GSM. Uploading and downloading are said to happen at 5.76Mbps and 14.4Mbps respectively. Web 2.0 full html, WAP and Flash 10 are supported. Apart from emails, social networks and instant messenger, you can even stay in touch via SMS, MMS and of-course, calls. The Dell Smoke mobile phone is equipped with a microSD card slot (max - 32GB), Bluetooth compliance, a microUSB port and Over-the-Air sync ability.
Document viewing/editing tools like Word, PDF, PowerPoint and Excel, Organiser and more help you with official work.
A 5MP camera is packed within this Dell mobile phone. A media player and a standard 3.5mm headphone socket are present as well.
You can expect a talk time of 6 hours and a stand-by of 576 hours with this mobile handset.
Dell Smoke release date has reportedly been scheduled for Q2 2011.
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