Dell on Monday announced
its first Google Android-based smartphone, the Aero
, on AT&T.
Announced minutes after the Palm Pre and Pixi on AT&T, the Aero is Dell's first smartphone in the U.S., and will feature a "new, custom user interface" developed by Dell and AT&T.
The smartphone offers Wi-Fi connectivity and a 5.0 megapixel camera, but no more details have been announced.
Dell calls the device a "sibling" of the Dell Mini 3 in Brazil and China, which also uses Android.