Dell Lightning set to be perfect for Windows Phone 7

  • 26/04/2010 AT 22:49 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Mobile Phones

Dell LightningAfter they got a large amount from desktop consumers, Dell is making a successful step into smart phone market. There are 5 new mobile devices that they plan to launch in the near future and one of them is Lightning, a perfect Windows Phone 7 device.

The impressive mobile phone stars a brilliant 4.1-inches WVGA Samsung OLED and multi-touch display with 16M colors. Under the display, a sliding QWERTY keyboard will be there to give you full easy access to communicate with other devices(socials, text-messages).

At the back is a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus made to capture and share the special events of your life.

The internals are also at high stakes, 1 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 and the operating system is the future Windows Phone 7. Memory has 8 Gb of storage and 512 Mb SDRAM, but can handle microSD extension.

Connectivity couldn’t let us down so GPRS, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR or USB 2.0 are supported. Installed browser is as usual Internet Explorer and comes with “Full support of Flash, Flash Video and Silverlight”.

Multimedia experience is completed with Zune and Zune Marketplace which “let’s you play, browse and preview content in the context of what’s playing – news, reviews, photos, artist’s bios etc”. As known from Windows Phone 7 announcement, Games will connect players and give a realistic feeling through Xbox Live.

Other features: GPS, DivX playback, FM Radio, E-mail support(Exchange, Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, POP/IMAO), ActiveSync.

Dell Lightning is expected to be released at Q4 of 2010 somewhere between October and December.

Dell Lightning Specs

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2 Comments

  1. Bee Billiot says:

    About to this new windows7 software for phone. According to me, it’s not enough great yet No multitasking. You’ll be telling me this thing doesn’t run Flash next.I mean, what kind of “smartphone” is this phone ? Does the antenna even work?

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