In an interview with CNBC, Dell CEO and Chairman Michael Dell flatly denied the company would be getting into the smartphone racket. The struggling PC maker, who is in the process of privatizing the company, vows to be involved with tablets, but smartphones are best left to incumbents, in their eyes.
Deal alert: $29.99 Sprint HTC One comes with free Beats headphones, $50 Dell gift card and other free perks
We’re all well aware that the touch sensitivity with Gorilla Glass is now standard, and with the progression of both operating systems and notebook computers towards touch, Gorilla Glass will be a welcome addition to any notebook computer.
Asus, Acer, Dell and Lenovo are reportedly preparing 8-inch Android tablets for Q3 2013
More 8-inch tablets are on the way, as Asus, Acer, Dell and Lenovo are said to attack this market sector in the third quarter of this year. Android users will soon have more alternatives to the iPad Mini.
Dell’s Project Ophelia will start shipping in July for $100
Smartphones and tablets are not the only Android products we’re interested in checking out at CES 2013, and today we’re going to show you a different kind of Android-powered device, the Dell Wyse Project Ophelia.
We'd forgive you for not even being aware that Dell had released Android phones, as the only news from the company involving Android lately has been tablet related. Even then, there hasn't been much to speak of. Apparently, Dell realizes this too, as they confirmed at this year's Dell World conference that they're dropping smartphones and Android altogether.