by Michael Oryl, 3 years ago
AT&T just announced at its developer conference at CES that it will offer Android smartphones in the first half of 2010. Motorola, Dell, and HTC will all be providing devices. Motorola’s will feature MOTOBLUR and…
Engadget have very recently posted a video of the Dell Thunder, last seen back in April. The video reveals most of the important pieces of information but we thought we would summarise them in an easy to digest list.
Right now we don’t know anything else about the processor, RAM or storage. Given the high-end nature of this device we would be shocked if this thing offered anything less than a 1Ghz Snapdragon CPU. It is quite possible it will push the boundaries here too, but to avoid speculation we’ll leave it at that.
Check out Engadgets original post which offers a full photo gallery. Video after the jump.