Are you still intrigued by the mystique surrounding the Android-powered Dell Mini 5 tablet? Most of us are looking forward to seeing the device being widely available and fiddling with it ourselves. The good news is that the device has taken one step closer to being available to everybody, as it has received approval from the FCC. From the filing, you’ll note that it sports Wi-Fi, HSPA connectivity (which is compatible with AT&T, Rogers, Telus and Bell). There isn’t any official release date just yet, but hopefully Dell won’t be keeping this one away from us for too long. From the information we’ve dug up before this, the device will most likely also sport a 5-inch touchscreen display with a 5-megapixel camera and SIM card slot.
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