CTIA, the trade show focusing on all things wireless, kicks off tomorrow in Las Vegas, and several members of Dell's Communication Solutions Group are on the ground there hosting meetings with a variety of entities. The meetings range from wireless carriers to content providers to even entertainment industry leaders. The purpose of these meetings? Collaboration leading to great mobile products that, more importantly, deliver a great connected experience regardless whether your travels take you down the street to a neighbors, to across the country for a business client to half way around the world to visit family.
While CTIA doesn't officially start until tomorrow, Dell is in the news today, courtesy of AT&T. Following the announcement at CES 2010 to expand its industry-leading smartphone portfolio line up later this spring, AT&T shared more details including unveiling the official name the Dell smartphone will go by: the Dell Aero. Like its Mini 3 smartphone siblings in China and Brazil, The Dell Aero is Android-based and has been optimized to take full advantage of the nation's fastest 3G network from AT&T.
Update: Take a look at www.att.com/aero for a few more details.
From AT&T's press release:
"AT&T also will soon unveil an Android-based smartphone from Dell, the Aero. This will be Dell's first smartphone available in the U.S., and will feature a new, beautiful custom user interface developed by Dell and AT&T."
Tomorrow will be another busy day – check back in the morning for updates on other activities at CTIA that involve Dell.