When AT&T first announced plans to offer the Dell Aero, it gave few details on this smartphone, just that it will run Google’s Android OS. Today, AT&T gave a more complete description of the upcoming model.
It will be able to connect to the carrier’s 3G mobile broadband network, and it will also have Wi-Fi. It will likely include Bluetooth as well, but the carrier hasn’t confirmed this yet.
In addition, the Aero is going to sport a 5 megapixel camera, which is a higher resolution than previously thought.
Android with a Dell UI
Dell’s first smartphone will run the Android OS, but with an alternate user interface created by Dell and AT&T.
Earlier, there were questions about whether the standard Android applications would be bundled with the Aero, but AT&T said it will come with Gmail, Google Maps, Google Search, YouTube, Google Talk and the Android Market.
As a consumer-oriented smartphone, it will also come with a range of social-networking software, like Facebook. Camera images can be uploaded directly to Facebook as well as Flickr, Picasa and TwitPic, while movies can be sent to YouTube.
AT&T still has not said when the Dell Aero will be released, but a recent unconfirmed report indicated that it will debut in June.
A price has yet to be revealed, either by official or unofficial channels.