Dell Venue Pro Details Analyzed

Posted: Oct 12 2010, 9:17am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Dell Venue Pro Details Analyzed
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Dell will offer full Venue Pro details later

Dell has pulled the Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 smartphone out of its corporate pocket and tossed it into the lime light with the mobile OS now officially launched. The device has some nice specifications and despite having Pro in its name, Dell says that the device is expected to be used by everyday people not just business types.

The Venue Pro has a big 4.1-inch WVGA AMOLED capacitive multi-touch screen. When held in portrait mode the phone has a QWERTY keyboard that slides out from under the screen. The device is for the T-Mobile network, which may well be the biggest disappointment for the device in many eyes. The handset has an elliptical form to make it fit pockets comfortable and feel good in the hand.

That AMOLED is covered with Gorilla Glass that is more durable and resists scratches better than conventional glass. Those are all of the features that Dell is offering up, the company says it will offer more once the phone is closer to market. The device will have all the cool features of the new WinPo 7 OS like the People Hub, Pictures Hub, Games Hub, music and video capability, Office Hub, and the Marketplace Hub.

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