What's small, made by Dell, runs Cupcake (Android 1.5) and lives on a fuzzy pink rug? Why, the Dell Blaze, of course! (Pink rug not included). It's the newest Android device in the works by Dell, and it looks to be their "entry-level, featurephone-market-stealer™." Not a lot is known about it just yet, but there's a slew of pics at the source link to check out.
I have to question this choice by Dell. I'm all for entry/mid level Android phones, but why on earth is anyone still developing hardware on ancient versions of Android? And considering Dell's release track record, who knows what version of the OS we'll be on by the time this rolls around? [AndroidSpin]
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