Dell Mini 3V Revealed by Chinese Mobile Regulator

July 9, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Dell seem to be coming out with another phone soon, and we found this out thanks to TENAA, a Chinese mobile regulator company, who’ve accidentally revealed Dell’s next mobile. We don’t know much about its specifications yet – heck, we’re not even sure what OS it’s running, however, what we do know is that it’s running on TD-SCDMA as well as GSM networks (with the inclusion of HSDPA).

Some of the other spicy details include a 5-megapixel camera with an integrated flash, as well as an additional one on the front. Those of you who’re getting exciting about this already shouldn’t be so quick though, as the phone does have its disadvantages – it won’t be fully functional outside of China, as it only has WAPI instead of WiFi, and even though it has some sort of TV functionality, it’ll more likely than not be limited to China’s CMMB digital TV.

It still doesn’t look too bad though, so you might want to keep an eye out for any further details on this little baby.

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