It was a long and hard first day at CTIA, with the announcement of a couple of stellar Android phone, and the return of Dell to the U.S. smartphone area. That brings us to the Dell Aero, which was announced for AT&T. And we got our hands on it tonight ... And that's it. It might or might not be a working device. We don't know, because Dell wouldn't turn it on, for whatever reason.
So, we got an OK feel for the hardware. And in what seems to be a growing trend, it's pretty darn light. Actually, save for feeling a bit plastic, it was a pretty sexy phone. Nice and slim, with graceful lines that fit nicely in your hand. And so after the break, a few more pics of the Dell Areo purely as a work of industrial design. Here's to hoping we actually see it in action at some point.
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