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Dell Mini 3i Smartphone Debuts in China, Reports Claim

Article Source eWeek
August 17, 2009, 12:21 pm

The Mini 3i debuted in Beijing, marking Dell’s official entry into the smartphone arena, according to local media reports. The Mini 3i runs an Android-based operating system but doesn’t offer Wi-Fi or support 3G, which may not necessarily bar it from success.

The Dell smartphone reportedly headed for China has arrived, according to Cloned In China. The site reports that the Dell Mini 3i smartphone debuted in Beijing on Aug. 17, at the launch event for Mobile Market.com, which is said to be an app store set to launch at any moment.  

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