There you have it. A picture of the Dell Mini 3i aka dellphone in real, breathing life. Look at that polish! Look at that glare! Getting excited? Don't. Your hopes for a high-end device will be crushed when you realize that the first ever dellphone, though beautiful and runs Android, lacks WiFi and 3G. Why? Well, because China seems to have a rule that all cellphones must suck in order to gain approval.
So though these pictures show off Dell's first smartphone, our excitement has been definitely dampened by the fact that it's handcuffed by China's strict standards and that we're not even getting a sniff of it. Sigh. What can you do. At least the device is real.
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