Apparently the Dell Venue Pro showed up on the Dell online store today for a few brief moments before it was removed from the store. Now if you access the site, all you get is an information page with details about the phone. The Dell Venue Pro is one of the most-wanted Windows Phone 7 devices around at the moment due to its elegant design and slide-out portrait keyboard- the only WP7 device with one at the moment. The phone is available on T-Mobile for $149.99 with a 2-year contract and $499.99 without. If you’d like to get your hands on one, keep checking the Dell Venue Pro page here. How many of you managed to get your hands on a Dell Venue Pro?
Dell Venue Pro on the receiving end of Windows Phone Tango update
The Dell Venue Pro comes has one advantage this time around, where it is on the receiving end of the Windows Phone Tango update. After all, this is not exactly the newest smartphone around, and to see the hardware still being supported is definitely worth a look. The Venue Pro is nearly a couple of years in age, and has the virtue of being one of the first Windows Phone powered devices to arrive at the market, so to see it being supported by the latest updates is always an encouraging sight.
To date, it was revealed that only one user in Germany was on the receiving end of this update on his handset, although others should follow suit pretty soon. Do bear in mind that this is not the Windows Phone 7.8 update which was promised to current Windows Phone 7.5-powered devices, and there is no certainty that this particular device will receive the update as well. Still, to see Dell extend such support is always worth mulling over.
Dell Windows 8 Tablet Details Leaked
Some leaked documents have found their way over to our friends over at Neowin (via MyBroadband) and it indicates that Dell’s first tablet will be called the Latitude 10. The documents show that the Latitude 10 will have a 10.1-inch screen and it will be running Windows 8. Besides that, the display will apparently have a resolution of 1366 x 768 and the whole setup will be powered by a dual-core Intel Atom processor that is said to be based on the Clover Trail platform.
Dell to Stop Smartphone Sales in U.S
If you are an avid fan of Dell smartphones and you also live in U.S, we regrettably inform you that you will not be able to purchase a Dell smartphone in the land of the free anymore because the company has allegedly stopped their sales of smartphones in the U.S. From online reports, it seems that the company has decided to reinvent their mobile strategy in order to concentrate on higher margin profits and upcoming markets.