Dell Venue Forums Added
It looks like our device family keeps growing as time we are adding a new offspring from Dell’s Android family. The Venue is a mid to high end device which will give you a nice 4.1″ AMOLED screen to satisfy your screen real estate needs. It packs quite a punch also as it comes with Froyo and a Snapdragon processor. So, you have plenty of firepower to play, watch movies, and more. The device was previously known as the Dell Thunder (same as the Venue Pro being known as the Lightning), so it will be interesting to see if this devices lives up to its former name.
The device is ready to start shipping from what we understand, so expect to see activity in here sooner than later. If you already have something to share, please do so.
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