According to a page from AT&T's website, the Dell Aero is soon to be released as "The lightest Android™ smartphone
coming soon to the nation's fastest 3G network!" So can we expect another device similar to the Backflip? Read on.
The phone, according to Engadget, will have a "tricked out Android UI, which promises Picassa, Flick, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitpic integration." The phone will also sport a 5 MP camera, 3.5" display, GPS and have Wi-Fi abilities.
Can all this make up for the likely possibility that AT&T will again limit an Android phone in what it can do? Well, if it does for you, keep an eye out.
Image from AT&T
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