Dell Venue Pro Now Available for AT&T

Dell Venue Pro AT&T

The Dell Venue Pro, previously available on T-Mobile, is now available from Dell for AT&T. Priced at $99.99 (with a new 2-year agreement), the Dell Venue Pro is available in 8GB, 16GB ($149.99) and 32GB ($199.99) storage configurations. To date, the 32GB model is the largest we've seen in a Windows Phone, not counting microSD expansion. You won't see the Dell Venue Pro at … [Read more...]

Some Dell Venue Pros Shipping With NoDo Already Installed?

While most of us sit and twiddle our thumbs, waiting for a pre-NoDo update to land on our phones, rumor has it that some Dell Venue Pros are shipping with NoDo pre-installed. According to WPCentral, some buyers in India are finding their phones can already copy and paste. According to their tipster: "My friend just picked up a new Dell Venue Pro in India. And it has the … [Read more...]

Dell Wrigley Coming In Q3

Dell Wrigley

Dell, fresh off their stellar Venue Pro launch, have plans to release a new Windows Phone 7 device in Q3. The Dell Wrigley is touted as a "Windows Phone 7 Next Gen with a 1 Ghz processor, 4" WVGA, 8 megapixel camera and the capability to shoot 720p video. By the looks of the spec sheet, it will be a portrait slider similar to the Dell Venue. Let's hope for a smoother … [Read more...]

AT&T Dell Venue Pro Spotted For Pre-Order

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Remember how we reported that the incredibly sexy Dell Venue Pro is coming to AT&T? Well, it looks like that's just around the corner. An online retailer has put up a version of the Venue Pro which is able to run on AT&T's network. It's for pre-order and it's not on contract, so it'll set you back a whopping $650, and even then we don't have any solid information … [Read more...]

Dell Promises More WP7 Phones

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The Dell Venue Pro has been a troubled device, with SIM troubles and countless delays. However, it's also one of the more attractive devices on the market. It looks like Dell isn't allowing the problems of a single phone to stop them from getting more into the WP7 market. A BBC reporter at the current media conference in Davos, Switzerland posted this tweet: Michael Dell, btw, … [Read more...]