Dell Thunder Features And Launch

There has been quite a bit of Dell smartphone related leaks lately. While this device does compare well with the other big fish from Dell, Lightning, a few important tech specs are not revealed as yet

Here is what we know right now

4.1-inch WVGA OLED screen display
Android 2.1 Operating System
8 Megapixel camera
Integrated with Dell “Stage” UI
In-built support for Facebook and Twitter networking
Built in web video Hulu app
Swype based touchscreen QWERTY keyboard
Flash 10.1 Support

Launch : Q4 2010 with LTE support in Q4 2011

[via Engadget]

Dell Lightning Technical Specifications And Features

If you thought HTC EVO 4G was a killer, how about this one? Folks at Engadget have just got hold of this new Windows Phone 7 device from Dell that seems to be a much more exciting device than EVO 4G. Here are some important features and tech specs

Dimensions : 64.4 x 121.6 x 14.9 mm
OS : Windows Mobile 7
Processor : 1 GHz QSD8250 Snapdragon
Display : 4.1″ WVGA Samsung OLED
Camera : 5 megapixel with auto-focus and video capture
Storage : 1GB Flash ROM with 512MB DDR SDRAM and 8GB microSD
Flash support : Yes

Launch : Q4 2010 with LTE in Q4 2011

[via Engadget]

Dell Latitude E6410/E6510 Features

Dell has been launching its Latitude E6410 and E6510 model of laptops in the UK and USA markets. Prices for the devices currently range from $1,014 to $1,681. Here are some important features that you will need to know about the devices

Dell Latitude E6410
Intel Core i7-620M processor
Mobile Intel QM57 chipset
14.1″ WXGA Anti-Glare LED display
Dual Channel DDR3 memory
250GB hard drive space
NVIDIA NVS 3100M 512MB gDDR3 graphics card
6 cell Lithium Ion high capacity battery

Dell Latitude E6510
250GB Hard Drive
15.6″ Wide View Anti-Glare LED display
6 cell Lithium Ion high capacity battery
Intel Core i7-820QM processor
NVIDIA NVS 3100M 512MB gDDR3 graphics card
Mobile Intel QM57 chipset
Dual Channel DDR3 memory

[via Dell]

Dell Moving Out Of China?

Dell has recently started its operations at its new India plant. On the sidelines of it, Indian Prime Minister hinted at Dell’s statements that implied that the popular hardware manufacturer could be pulling out of China owing to legal and political uncertainties.

Mr. Singh is quoted as saying,

“This morning I met the chairman of Dell Corporation. He informed me that they are buying equipment and parts worth $25 billion from China. They would like to shift to safer environment with climate conducive to enterprise with security of legal system.”

While a statement from the Indian Prime Minister cannot be taken at face value to gauge Dell’s business strategies, the move however could be interesting considering that Google and now GoDaddy have decided to cease their China operations.

[via Engadget]

Dell Partnering With Amazon To Take On iPad?

Is Dell partnering with Amazon to bring Kindle to its slate users? Folks at Android Community speculate if the upcoming Dell Mini 5, also known as Dell Streak could come pre-installed with Amazon Kindle. This comes after promo pictures of Dell Streak had “Kindle Book Reader Applications” listed among the apps supported.

Apart from the Kindle app, Dell Streak also inherently supports Amazon MP3, Amazon video streams and Amazon store. My view point is that while this can definitely help Amazon reach out to an extended user base, the mere presence of a Kindle Store on Dell Streak is alone not sufficient for the company to grab a higher market share. A Kindle application is not a unique offering as iPad’s iBookstore.

What do you think?

[Android Community via UberGizmo]

T-Mobile Entering Netbook Arena With Dell Mini 10

Speculations surrounding T-Mobile’s foray into the Netbook market has been doing the rounds for quite a while now. However, it is only now that the actual product behind the rumors is coming to light.

Quoting trusted sources, folks at TmoNews claim that the carrier could be partnering with Dell to bring its newly unveiled Dell Mini 10 netbook to the market. No information regarding the price or launch date is known as yet, though a roll-out is expected by the end of March.

Dell Mini 10 was unveiled earlier this year during the Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas and has since then garnered overtly positive reviews.  In fact, Dell Mini has been a popular choice among the carriers. After Sprint Nextel introduced the device, AT&T Mobility too has jumped in. T-Mobile’s entry while later than the other major players could still be a significant business decision moving forward in 2010.

What do you think?

[via TmoNews]