The Dell Aero has shown up on AT&T's website with a "coming soon" tagline. While the Aero still looks less than impressive when compared to some of the other new Android phones hitting the wild, there is a bit of good news. It's seems that once again Engadget was right, and the phone will have all the Google services we've come to expect on Android devices -- even Google search. This is good news for those of you on AT&T who may have been worried that future handsets were all going to be crippled (or not crippled) like the poor little Backflip.
At least there's now a viable option for AT&T subscribers who want a subsidized Android phone that does the things Android phones should do. As soon as details like price and release date surface, we'll keep you posted. Thanks Garrett!
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