Dell Thunder Will Include 4.1-inch Touchscreen and Android OS Discussion

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  1. Ed Hardy

    Ed Hardy TabletPCReview Editor Staff Member

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    The upcoming Dell Thunder will reportedly offer a range of high-end features, including a 4.1-inch, WVGA, OLED display and an 8 megapixel camera. It will join a growing family of Android OS-based models from Dell.

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  2. Hook

    Hook Professional Daydreamer

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    Awfully angular for my tastes, but nice specs. :)
     
  3. LandSurveyor

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    Very sizeable screen for an entry level (their wording) phone. TMO is getting chock full of Android devices. I think they need to clear some inventory. They're getting the new Garmin phone as well.
     
  4. Ed Hardy

    Ed Hardy TabletPCReview Editor Staff Member

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    I just added some additional details to this article, including a mention that the Dell Lightning is supposedly coming with a player for the streaming TV service Hulu, which is music to my ears.

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  5. Varjak

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    The Hulu player is HUGE.

    Why is it (this is rhetorical) that Dell will make the Windows 7 version of this phone with a hardware keyboard (sadly in portrait format); but doesn't seem to want to offer this phone with a keyboard?
     
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    Hulu would indeed be nice. Wonder how many of my sitcoms would it take to drain the battery?
     
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    Something called the Dell Smoke coming too. Looks kind of like a silver Zune HD.
     
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    4.1" is kinda too big.
     
  10. Varjak

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    $9.99 for a SUBSCRIPTION or for each episode? Honestly, if they take it to pay, I'll never use it. I already pay for on-demand which recapitulates most of the stuff that Hulu has (for newer stuff).

    And if broadcasters continue to pull the sh!t that Comedy Central pulled with South Park (I missed the original airing and when I went to watch the midnight showing, it was a repeat), I will be forced to use illegal streaming sites.
     
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