Android Phones

Future Dell Thunder & Flash Android phones debut in fresh leaks

April 21, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka


Future Dell Thunder & Flash Android phones debut in fresh leaks

Has there ever been one company with a larger offering of Android phones before they released a single Android phone? I think it’s safe to say that Dell holds that title with the recent leak of the Dell Thunder and Flash phones.

Engadget just got its hand on some rendered leaks of two new Dell Android phones set for 2010 and 2011 release. I’m intrigued by both of them of course. Here’s a quick rundown of each:

THUNDER (click for more info)

- 4.1 WVGA display

- Targeted at “Creative Explorers and Affluent Professionals” (translation: people with money)

- 8MP camera with built-in image/video editing

- Classy design resembling the custom UI we saw on the Aero.

- Full Flash 10 compatible with Hulu web video app

- Built-in Swype

- AT&T in US in late 2010


FLASH (click for more photos/info)

- 3.5 WVGA display

- HSPA compatible up to 14.4 Mbps

- 800 MHz processor

- 5MP camera with autofocus, image stabilization and smile/blink detection, – 512MB of RAM/ROM, MicroSD up to 64GB (do they even make those yet?)

- AT&T in US in early 2011

- On-device image editing

- “Unique curved glass” back to make a sleek and good looking design

- Custom Dell UI

- Swype on-board