It was earlier this year that we came across the Windows Phone 7-powered Dell Venue Pro up for preorder with proper bands to do AT&T 3G (if you recall, the Venue Pro originally shipped with T-Mobile 3G bands). It’s now available from Dell’s website at an attractive $99 if you sign up for a new two-year on AT&T, or you can get it unlocked for $499. What’s more, the AT&T version comes in 8, 16, and 32GB capacities, while the T-Mobile version maxes out at 16GB. We gave the Venue Pro very high marks when we reviewed it back in December of last year, so if you’re looking for a stellar entrance into the world of Windows Phone 7 (the Venue Pro was fast, had very high build quality, and had a gorgeous AMOLED display), now’s a good time!

Update: Hey, guess what? The Dell Venue Pro is the first Windows Phone 7 to come with 32GB of built-in storage.


Source: Dell

Thanks: Andrew

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