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Dell to step in smartphone market
After making a successful niche in the world of laptops, Dell is now all set to woo mobile buffs worldwide. Now, the leading electronic giant has inked a definitive agreement with two famous and widely-known mobile operators of the world, named China Mobile and Brazil-based Claro. Dell will use these two leading mobile operators to distribute its latest Mini 3 smartphones.
Ron Garriques, President, Dell Global Consumer Group, was quoted to say that entering the category of smart phone is a rational expansion of Dell’s consumer product evolution for the past 2-years. The development of smarter and smaller mobile products is going on and these products will let customers carry their experience of internet out of the home as well as carry on with the chores wherever they like to.
The first Mini 3 smartphones have been crafted around the Android platform for offering flexibility, power and opportunities of customization for carriers and users concurrently. Dell’s Mini 3 smartphones boast of being the most stylish and beautiful, and displays the commitment of company to design innovation.
Anyways, it’s good news for all of us, but, it is sad to say on the other hand that there is no word from the company as to the pricing and availably of the Dell Mini 3 smartphones so far. We have to wait till November for China Mobile and year’s ending for Claro.
Quite interesting to know this, but the truth is otherwise as the company may have to face up with tough competition with other leading contenders of the mobile world. Let’s see what it has in store for us.
China Mobile, the leading telecommunications company, boasts of over 500 mln users in China, while Claro brags of not less than 42 mln users in Brazil. Dell has taken this move to escalate its market reach and come out as a worldwide service provider.