Dell Aero Specs Leaked
So maybe they aren't quite as spicy as they were when the spec rumors began to flow, but the latest leaked specifications of the upcoming Dell Aero still don't suck or anything. They just aren't, well, Incredible.
According to Engadget, the Aero's specs include a 624MHz Marvell chip, and 3.5" capacitive multi-touch display that supports handwriting recognition (Really? With that chip? O.K.) via stylus input. One of which they'll helpfully include with purchase.
The Aero will also come with QuickOffice and support for ActiveSync and Exchange, include a photo editing app, and have some sort of social network notification aggregation app like, one would suspect, Motorola's Blur interface. Add to that a WebKit browser that supports Flash Lite (in yer FACE iPad) and a "robust" media player that supports DRM, and you may just have something that will win a few hearts and minds.
If those hearts and minds don't mind being stuck with Android 1.5 (you must be kidding) at the Aero's end-of-Q2 launch on AT&T. Updates to Android 2.1 are supposedly planned for Q3 or Q4 of this year.