Dell Android the ‘Dell Mini 5’ Prototype [Images]

First Images of Dell’s latest Droid Phone prototype the Dell-Mini-5 aka “Streak” or “M01M”

Once they have met with general recognition of specialists, such a tendency Dell tells secrets to assume that the Mini-5 built into so far officially unpresented Intel processor family, Moorestown.

It should be noted, however, that a very powerful ARM processors, such as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Tegra 250, or Nvidia, have just been officially presented at CES. The company also did not disclose how the processor used in the device. The screen resolution is higher than in the Nexus One type of smartphones with the operating system, but Dell would not give exact dimensions in pixels. Android immediately reacts to the touch screen and gives the finger to operate smoothly. Dell effectively modified the interface of Android with a few own widgets, which allow access to Facebook, Picasa and other such services without the need to open specific programs.

At apress conference at CES Dell only briefly demonstrated Internet Tablet with a 5-inch screen in a brief photo session for the journalists present in the courtroom, but later in the lounge in the company showed a bit more openness – for example, confirmed that the device will be called the Mini – 5.

The Mini 5 has a 1GHz Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm, which should mean it’s fast enough to do a healthy amount of charging and video hopping on.

More great images of the Dell-Mini-5 via EngadgetDell Mini 5 in-depth hands-on

Post idea via “Dell Mini 5: we have it” and MOBILITYSITE Dell Mini 5 – Some good “non-spy” shots!