Dell has finally launched the Mini 3, the company’s first smartphone ever. The device runs a customized version of Google’s Android and is a touch-phone. Although not too much is known about the phone, it has been reported that the device has a screen resolution of 640×360 pixels and has a 3MP camera. This is a big come back for Dell, considering that the company ditched the Windows Mobile powered PDA series in 2007. The phones are initially heading for China and Brazil, but will soon join hands with AT&T as well as Verizon in the US sometime early next year.
The Dell Mini 3 will also be available in Australia, New Zealand and Europe next.