After a week long build up, the Dell smartphone has finally shown its face in China.
At the beginning of last week, rumors on web indicated that Dell was about to unveil if not launch a smartphone exclusive to China. While initial rumors stated we'd see it "over the next few days," the weekend rolled in with no announcement from Dell regarding the smartphone that was reportedly named the OPhone mini3i.
Dell reportedly unveiled the device in China earlier today. Pictured here at a China Mobile event, the device looks exactly like leaked images posted by Boy Genius Report last week.
Specs-wise, you're looking at 3.5-inch touchscreen (360×640), a 3.2MP camera, Bluetooth, miniUSB support, a microSD card slot and a 950mAh battery. Dell has opted to go fully touch with this device so there's no physical keyboard at all.
Check out more pictures on 163.com.