Dell Venue Pro

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Dell Venue Pro

The Dell Venue Pro meets Microsofts minimum requirements for its smartphones: 1GHz processor, capacitive touch screen and 5-megapixel camera.

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Tiles

Windows Phone 7s interface centers on a set of subject-specific tiles that aggregate Web content and applications.

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Keyboard

The Dell Venue Pro features a physical QWERTY keyboard that slides vertically from underneath the device.

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Thickness and Weight

The Dell Venue Pro is 0.6 inches thick and weighs 6.8 ounces.

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Keyboard Out

Side view of the Dell Venue Pro, with the keyboard extended.

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Backing

The Dell Venue Pros pebbled backing seems designed to help it grip smoother surfaces.

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Camera

The Dell Venue Pros 5-megapixel camera.

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Maps

Maps and other graphics-intensive apps feel large and clear on the 4.1-inch WVGA AMOLED screen.

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-Office' Hub

Windows Phone 7s Office Hub gives users access to OneNote, SharePoint, Word, Excel and PowerPoint; you can view documents and perform light edits.

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Text Editing

The Office Hubs options for text editing are fairly robust, extending to formatting and color options.

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Virtual Keyboard

Those with no interest in a physical keyboard can deploy the virtual one.

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Contacts

As with other smartphones in Microsofts stable, the Dell Venue Pro consolidates contacts under the People Hub.

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Email

Windows Phone 7 includes a native email aggregator that consolidates Outlook, Gmail and other email services into one Hub.

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Games

Procrastinators and consumers can access games via the Xbox Live Hub.

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Apps

Microsoft claims Windows Phone 7s growing collection of apps is a sign of a healthy smartphone ecosystem.

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Calls

Oh yeah, the Dell Venue Pro can make calls, too.

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Snapshots

Here is the 5-megapixel camera at work.

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