Reviews and Problems with Dell Venue Pro / Lightning
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Dell Venue Pro Review: In Depth
2 weeks ago
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.
Excerpt: Dell made a shaky entrance into the Windows Phone 7 market. You had supply issues, quality control issues and software headaches. Slowly but surely these problems are getting ironed out with the Venue Pro but does it leave consumers with a quality Windows Phone?
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.
Nokia Lumia 800 vs Dell Venue Pro – the forgotten device puts up quite a fight
7 February 2012
Excerpt: The Nokia Lumia 800 is currently the most popular Windows Phone 7 smartphone, and with good reason – it has a great design, a very nice selection of hardware features under the hood and it was hyped beyond belief before it was released by Nokia, which has partnered with Microsoft to use their OS on all mainstream smartphones that they will release.
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...
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