Saturday, February 19, 2011

What devices prepares Dell's market of smartphones and tablets in 2011

Какви устройства подготвя Dell за пазара на смартфони и таблети през 2011 г.Dell has not yet become a big name in the market for smartphones, but the company gives all of himself. Thanks to Windows Phone Central learn what they are prepared by the end of the year for fans of portable devices. Most of the new company products using Android, but there are several that will work with other versions of Windows Phone.

Venue Pro is the first phone with Windows Phone, you will see and who will work with Snapdragon processor 1 GHz and 8 MP camera. In the third quarter does it appear maybe his successor - Wrigley. Expectations are its technical characteristics are better than VenuePro, but this time lacks information. The phone will work with the new version of Windows Phone, which will support multi-tasking and IE9.

Hancock does it will use Android Ice Cream and we can expect the market in September. Here you might want to note that by this time Google will have submitted the new version of the platform. Hancock will have 4 "display with a resolution of 960 x 540, will have a QWERTY keyboard, dual-core processor and 8 MP camera which will record 1080p video, and an additional 1.3 megapixel camera on the front panel. At the end of 2011 or beginning of 2012 did we expect Millennium, which seems to be version of Hancock, but no hardware keyboard.

Several tablet prepared from Dell this year. Streak One is 7, for which we already know enough and will be available until the end of the second quarter. Prospective owners can expect an update to Android Honeycomb in late summer. Gallo likely will be the first tablet of the portfolio that will work with Android Honeycomb. At the end of the year we can expect tablet Sterling, who will be heir to Streak 7, but details about it yet. The same goes for Silver Oak and Opus One, who will work with Android Honeycomb, but they will see in early 2012, however there is one tablet that will work with Windows 8. His name is Peju and Dell will introduce us to him too early next year.

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