Dell has confirmed it is preparing to launch an Android mobile phone, although has yet to indicated if it will ever appear in Europe.
An announcement from technology giant revealed that the Dell Mini 3 smartphone will initially go on sale in Brazil and China on the Claro and China Mobile networks respectively.
Dell did not name a concrete release date for these territories, however, and has yet to announce whether it harbours plans to release it in the US and Europe.
The company was similarly tight-lipped over specifications of the handset, but if rumours are to be believed it will be home to a 3.5-inch touchscreen, a 3.2 megapixel camera and expandable memory via a microSD card slot.
Android mobiles have proved one of the major successes of the last 12 months, prompting a rush of handset manufacturers to enter the market for phone using Google’s operating system.
Phones that have proved particularly popular with consumers include the HTC Magic and Hero models.
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