Dell Mini 5 With T-Mobile USA 3G Bands Hits FCC
It appears that AT&T might not be the only carrier to get the Dell Mini 5 after all. According to Engadget, a Dell Mini 5 with WCDMA Band IV in place of Bands II and V has been approved by the FCC (see document above). In short, this means that a Dell Mini 5 is in the works which will work on T-Mobile’s airwaves instead of AT&T’s. There a chance Dell may have been inspired by Google and will be looking to take a route similar to that of the Nexus One. Let’s hope so! Perhaps a CDMA Dell Mini 5 is also in the works? Are you excited about this handset? Let us know in the comments!
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