Dell May Bring Android Smartphone to U.S. with AT&T
Dell and AT&T decline to comment on Android smartphone from Dell hitting the AT&T U.S. network
Dell is the second largest computer maker on the planet and is always looking for new avenues to maximize revenue and gain new marketshare. The company has reportedly been working on smartphones for a long time in preparation to enter into the market. The Dell smartphone was confirmed by Michael Dell back in March.
From a business sense, the high profits on typical smartphones make it a very appealing category for Dell. However, Dell has a poor track record of success when entering into categories where it is unfamiliar.
Dell is already offering a version of the oPhone built by Marvell in China and Reuters cites a source close to the matter who claims Dell is set to bring a version of its oPhone to America running the Android OS on the AT&T network. AT&T is certainly on the lookout for Android phones, where it is lagging well behind the competition.
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