Michael Dell

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.

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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.

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Well, we’ve been expecting this for a while – but Dell has finally done it. The company has just fired its opening salvo in the Chinese market and has exclusively released its newest 10-inch... Android tablet in China. This is aimed at the emerging Chinese market that the company is hoping to tap.

The new tablet is named the Streak 10 Pro is pretty obviously aimed at the Chinese market, w...

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It is genuine faux and yet some of its features far outmatch those of the actual Dell Streak 7 tablet. Dubbed as the Welldone tablet PCphone, the $180 1.2 GHz- running China-made counterfeit brings... the Dell Streak 7 tablet to shame with its 512 MB memory, Android 2.3 Gingerbread update, phone features (yes, you can actually make phone calls using this unlike Dell’s Streak 7 tablet).

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