Dell Mini 3iX passes the FCC, AT&T 3G included

Michael Dell has recently confirmed that his company would launch an Android smartphone in the US via AT&T in early 2010 – and it looks like that smartphone is exactly the Dell Mini 3iX that we saw a few days ago in Brazil.

The FCC has just approved the Mini 3iX (850/1900 GSM and UMTS bands included), so now all AT&T and Dell have to do is announce the smartphone.

As mentioned earlier this week, the Dell Mini 3iX features Wi-Fi – unlike the China-bound Mini 3i. The handset could also come with a 3.5 inch touchscreen display with 640 x 360 pixels, A-GPS, Microsoft Exchange support and a 3MP autofocus camera.

Dell Mini 3iX FCC ATT sketch

Dell Mini 3iX FCC ATT label

Dell Mini 3iX FCC ATT bands

No word yet on what Android version Dell Mini 3iX will run. Anyway, this might be the very first Android phone to be launched by AT&T, and if the price is right, there will probably be many customers to buy it.

Via FCC

Author: Ilinca Nita

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    Another Android phone!!! Google is having a dream run. Does this have a QWERTY keypad?

  • http://www.latestphonereviews.com/ latestphonereviews

    Another Android phone!!! Google is having a dream run. Does this have a QWERTY keypad?