The Dell Venue is available as an unlocked device in both T-Mobile and AT&T 3G versions. The Dell Venue runs Android 2.2 with some Dell custom home screen elements.
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The entire back pops off to reveal the battery, SIM card, and battery.
The Dell Venue Pro, WP7 device, looks similar to the Dell Venue from the front.
Both of these devices have the same decoration on the back, while the Venue has a matte finish and centered camera.
The Dell Venue Pro (top) is slightly thicker than the Venue due to its slide-down QWERTY keyboard.
The bottom of these two devices looks nearly the same with soft touch material and the microUSB port.
As you can see these are both rather large devices and with the slide-down QWERTY keyboard the Venue Pro is a rather huge device.
The back is attractive plastic with a center Dell logo, camera, and flash.
The upper back shows the camera is centered above the Dell logo.
The Dell Venue is an attactive device.
The volume button is on the right side of the Dell Venue.
The power button and 3.5mm headset jack are found on the top of the Dell Venue.
The speaker, microphone, and microUSB port are found on the bottom of the Dell Venue.
The box of the Dell Venue includes some pamphlets and cables.
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