Where there’s lightning, there’s thunder. This time we have the Dell Thunder, the sister phone to the Windows Phone 7 powered Dell Lightning. This Android powered beauty is something that we have come to expect in a high-end Android device. The beautiful 4.1″ inch OLED screen is running a spiffy version of Android 2.1 with Dell’s custom user interface called “Stage” It is supposed to incorporate everything that every type of user would need. From the businessman, to the social networking friendly home users. Just like Motorola’s motoBLUR and HTC’s Friendstream, Dell is going to tie together Facebook and Twitter for the users benefit. We also hear there will be a 8 megapixel camera, that will take some crisp pictures.
The leaked document also claims that it will have Flash 10.1 support, for video and all that good stuff. If that wasn’t enough, Dell is promising a custom Hulu app. The first of its kind for Android. I guess the Flash support will help bolster the “integrated web video Hulu app.” There isn’t any specifics behind the Hulu promise, it’s whatever we would imagine it would be. Engadget believes it will be powered by the same 1GHz QSD8250 Snapdragon processor that is inside the Dell Lightning. Again it’s all to early to tell. Stay tuned to BlogsDNA for Dell news! [via Engadget]