Dell’s plans or roadmap for 2011 leaked and begins with the Venue and Venue Pro, which should be familiar to many already. By May of this year, however, we get into some new territory with the anticipated arrival of the Dell Venue Pro MLK. MLK has no clear meaning at this stage, but some have been speculating that this is in fact the point at which the Venue Pro will receive the Windows Phone update.
Dell Wrigley is scheduled for July and is a slide out keyboard affair like the Venue Pro. There’s a 1 Ghz processor onboard, a 4 inch WVGA screen and an 8 MP camera.
September sees the Dell Hancock, an Android handset and again it’s a slide out keyboard effort. Ice Cream seems to be the flavour of Android here and it will be run on a dual-core chip. There is a 4 inch qHD screen, 8 MP camera with 1080p HP recording support and a 1.3 MP front camera for video calls.
By October we have the Dell Millenium, which breaks the trend by having no physical keyboard. It does have a dual-core chip though and again an 8 MP camera with 1080p HP recording support. It is another Android handset and again it will be running Ice Cream.