After the official unveiling yesterday of the Dell Aero smartphone, AT&T has posted some additional details about the company's first Android-based handset, including dubbing it as the "lightest" Android smartphone yet.
According to the new product page, the Aero will host a 3.5-inch display with nHD resolution. Besides being available on the 3G network, the smartphone also comes with built-in GPS and Wi-Fi.
Also noted yesterday, the Dell handset includes a 5.0-megapixel built-in camera, with integrated access to several social-networking sites including Facebook, Flickr and YouTube.
Despite the fact that AT&T claims the Aero will be the "lightest" Google Android-powered smartphone to date, there's no information on weight. How peculiar.
While this all is certainly more information than what was initially announced, I hope AT&T will spill some more juicy specs soon.