Sound the alarms! We've got a whale of a leak here for you; Dell's brand-new smartphone has just been leaked for the very first time. A Chinese PDA forum was the first place to get a look at this new leaked photo, and it's just started to hit the fan sites over here. The picture is quite blurry, but we're able to determine a few things.
1. Dell's new smartphone looks a lot like the Palm Pre. It's very rounded and has a somewhat similar shape.
2. It looks like Dell's phone might have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It's a thick smartphone, and I think I see a break in the side that could be evidence of a slider.
3. There appears to be a front-facing camera, which probably means this will be a video-conferencing capable phone.
4. The touch screen looks huge. It's hard to tell without something next to it for comparison, but this could easily be a 3.5-4” touch screen.
We'll keep you updated as more information comes out. It's still possible that this leaked image is a hoax or a knock-off Chinese phone. Keep your fingers crossed, and we'll keep digging.
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