The Mini 3T1 doesn’t look as good as the 3i / Aero, but that’s because Dell has probably designed it as a low-end, affordable device. The 3T1 features TD-SCDMA connectivity and has China Mobile’s logo above its display, so the largest Chinese mobile carrier should launch it sometime soon.
The Dell Mini 3T1 also features WAPI and a 2MP camera, and it’s likely running Android – more exactly, China Mobile’s customized version of Android, called oPhone.
The Dell Mini 3iX has also appeared in China – but this is just a 3G version of the Mini 3i that’s already available in the country.
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