“The full-touchscreen phone depends on a customized version of Android and will have different features based on the region. While most details aren’t available, the China Mobile version will be limited to EDGE data but use the government-supported OPhone interface and app store. Other countries should get localized 3G and should also have Wi-Fi as well,” Electronista reports. “Most other specifications haven’t been published, but a 3-megapixel camera and a 640×360 display resolution are already well-known.”
Electronista reports, “The Mini 3’s first shipments are to China Mobile later this month and to Brazil’s Claro by the end of the year, but Dell has already confirmed US deals for AT&T and Verizon for early next year as well as Vodafone agreements for Australia, Europe and New Zealand, Maxis in Malaysia and both M1 as well as StarHub in Singapore.”
More details and images in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Yet another Android device with yet another screen size and yet another feature set for developers to deal with. From Dell. Yawn.