Well, well, well. Dell's finally pulled an Acer and released that totally expected, rumoured smartphone. After being pulled earlier this year thanks to complete lack of interest, the touch-screen Mini 3 will launch in China, running on the Android operating system.
Before you get too excited though, the spec list runs something like: 3.5-inch touch-screen with 640x360 resolution, 3.2-megapixel camera and 3G but no Wi-Fi. That's not confirmed, as according to PC World, Dell hasn't released any specs, saying that the specs will be available on a partner-by-partner basis, suggesting that the features will depend on the market the phone is relased into.
The phone be available in China via China Mobile later this month, and will also launch on Brazil's Claro by the end of the year. No word on pricing, or if and when it will be available outside of China and Brazil.