New details on the Dell Thunder have cropped up on the Web.
According to Engadget, which secured two Android-based Dell Thunder prototypes, the smartphone is quite impressive. (That is, of course, if it is the device Dell plans to send to store shelves.)
The handset includes solid speakers at the bottom and uses a Micro-USB port to charge. It offers microSD support. And given the inclusion of a SIM card slot, it looks to be ready for GSM carriers. The prototypes that Engadget snagged also include an 8-megapixel camera with autofocus and an LED flash.
Engadget reported that while the … Read more