One of the lightest Android smartphones
Weighing in at just 3.67 oz., the ultra-slim Aero lets you do what you want, where you want, at amazingly fast speeds.
Shoot and share your best pics
Get clear, stunning pictures with the integrated 5MP camera with 8X zoom, then edit them on the go on the brilliant 3.5" display — crop, rotate, change brightness and contrast and more. Plus, enjoy uploading to your favorite social networking site, complete with geotags thanks to the Aero’s built-in GPS.
Believe your eyes
A revolutionary Flash Lite® –enhanced Android browser lets you watch videos and Flash movies virtually anytime, anywhere, so you can surf the web on the go. Plus, you’re connecting through AT&T’s amazingly fast 3G network with access to more than 20,000 WiFi hotspots.
Customize and personalize
Organize your home screen based on how you like to work and play. Get fun, easy touch-screen navigation, with multi-gesture and finger-based handwriting capabilities, all on Corning's incredibly durable Gorilla® glass surface. It’s all at your fingertips — or go hands-free by adding an optional Bluetooth® headset for hands-free mobility.
Load up on memory, power and more
The Dell Aero comes with a removable 2GB MicroSDTM Card, with optional available memory up to 32GB* MicroSDTM . The replaceable battery switches out in a click and use the adapter/wall charger to get powered up and ready to roll in no time. The Dell Aero comes with a wired stereo headset and a 3.5mm to mini USB adapter.
Take multitasking to the next level
Packed with advanced abilities fueled by a 624Mhz Marvell processor, the Aero runs multiple apps simultaneously at fast speeds. Use available Quickoffice and PDF view and edit features to work on the go, auto-sync with your Microsoft Exchange calendar and phone book and choose from more than 40,000 Android Market apps. Aero makes it easy to set up and access multiple e-mail accounts; at the same time, you can multitask, listen to music and talk on the phone.
*Memory card: MB means 1 million bytes and GB means 1 billion bytes; total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment.