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Dell Venue Pro / Lightning

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HP Pre 3 and Dell Venue Pro Review

10 April 2012
  • Excerpt: This will be a quick rundown on the hardware of the Pre 3 and Dell Venue Pro. As you all know, the HP Pre 3 was the latest and last WebOS powered phone from HP while the Dell Venue Pro seems to be Dell’s last as they apparently also just discontinued sales of the Venue Pro (but not their smartphone business) You already know my take on these two slider phones. So I’ll write my impressions on both devices and what makes them great.
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Nokia Lumia 800 vs Dell Venue Pro – the forgotten device puts up quite a fight

7 February 2012
  • Conclusion: Now, obviously on paper the Nokia Lumia 800 is better, but the Dell Venue Pro is not far behind and the hardware QWERTY keyboard, high build quality and the big AMOLED display are worth considering it. You’ll be surprised to see that the Venue Pro is also half the price of the Lumia 800 – that makes it even more attractive, and if you’re getting your first Windows Phone 7 handset, you won’t be disappointed by the Dell, for sure.
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Overall 7

Dell Venue Pro (T-Mobile)

PC Magazine
21 August 2011
  • Conclusion: The Dell Venue Pro is a big, powerful Windows Phone 7 device, but it has some battery and reception issues.
  • Pros: Gorgeous build. Terrific keyboard. Huge screen. Windows Phone 7 has excellent media, gaming, and productivity support.
  • Cons: Fluctuating reception. Short battery life. No HSPA+. Poor photo quality in low light.
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Dell Venue Pro Review Pt. 1

21 August 2011

Dell Venue Pro Review Pt. 2

16 August 2011

Dell Venue Pro - Review

13 July 2011
Overall 7

Dell Venue Pro Review: In Depth

11 July 2011
  • Conclusion: Windows Phone 7 handsets have proved to carry a reliable set of features, a bright, clear capacitive touchscreen, at least a five-megapixel camera with flash and dedicated button, and enough processing power to keep your internet browsing smooth. The phone’s have began to look very similar- and it’s great to see Dell enter the fray with a more imaginative offering.
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Overall 9
Features 8

Dell Venue Pro Review

Bright Hub
10 May 2011
  • Excerpt: Dell is an interesting new competitor in the smartphone market. Though their original attempt to break in with the Dell Aero fell flat, Dell hopes to try again with the Dell Venue Pro. Is the Dell Venue Pro the smartphone that will put Dell on the map...
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Dell Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 Smartphone Review

9 May 2011
  • Excerpt: Not too long ago, we took a look at Dell's Venue smartphone . A slate-styled phone with Android 2.2 along with the company's own Stage UI. But it's arguable that the Venue is the quiet brother compared to the boisterous Venue Pro. Those who closely follow the smartphone space will likely remember Dell's early ambitions, and while the Aero never posed much of a threat to any other Android phone, the Venue Pro -- once known as the Lightning -- always seemed like a...
  • Pros: Sharp, sleek design, Gorgeous 4.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen, WP7 is gorgeous, Priced right
  • Cons: WP7 needs some refinement, Cannot add storage, No tethering support
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Expert Review

Mobile Tech Addicts
4 May 2011
  • Conclusion: However, Windows Phone 7 is still young and bare. The relatively small number of apps on the Marketplace and the lack of basic features such as multi-tasking will hold some people back. However, a major update is apparently on it’s way this summer, which could make the Venue Pro a great phone. At the moment, the phone itself is awesome, but it is held back by the software.
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