Dell Lightning, spectacular phone that will accompany Windows Phone 7 in its presentation
Dell does not stop suffering (or causing) leaks, if a few days ago we showed you its two new tablets, now the Dell Lightning appears, a phone with a keyboard QWERTY sliding vertically, and most interestingly, the use of Windows Phone 7 as an operating system.
The design that we can see in the renders that we share in the news is very elegant, but if we also accompany them with technical specifications to match, we can find ourselves before a tough and unexpected competitor. Highlight your screen OLED 4.1 inch and resolution Wvga, and the use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz chipset (QSD8250).
Other leaked information about the device is a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, 1GB of memory ROM, 512MB for the RAM and 8GB of storage memory in microSD format, which we assume to be fixed, since in the presentation of the new Microsoft operating system it was reported that microSD cards could not be used.
According to information from Engadget, it is expected to hit the market in the fourth quarter of the year, curiously coinciding with the launch of Windows Phone 7. There is also a reference to full support for Flash, an issue that is in line with the news we gave you yesterday in XatakaMobile.