Dell Announces Two New Phones for India

Dell is becoming quite famous in the Android-scene with the Dell Streak and purported follow-up, but their phones don’t really excite the market. They’re giving it another shot with the XCD28 and the XCD35 although it probably won’t be a success. They’re ugly and plain, no matter how you look at it. The specifications won’t stimulate savvy people to buy them either as they’re running on an outdated processor architecture, the ARM11 core on 600 MHz, combined with 256MB RAM.  As compared to other devices being launched, these little babies might even be on the bottom of the barrel. However, the flipside of the coin says that these are better than any feature phone and still could attract an audience.  Take a look at the complete specs below:


  • 3.5 inch touchscreen with 480×800 pixel resolution
  • 3 megapixel camera
  • Runs on Android 2.1 OS
  • Includes 150 MB internal memory
  • Supports up to 32GB microSD card slot
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G, USB, & SatNav connectivity options
  • FM Radio and MP3 player
  • Provides up to 9 days stand by time, & 4 hours talk time
  • Powered by 600 MHz Processor


  • 2.8 inch touchscreen display
  • Android 2.1 operating system
  • 3.2 mega pixels camera
  • 512 Flash, 256 Mb RAM
  • ARM11 600Mhz CPU
  • 3G connectivity
  • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
  • 200MB internal memory
  • Up to 16GB external memory support
  • High quality video
  • SMS, MMS, Email

Source: Dell

Image and spec source: Solidblogger, 1, 2