Stylish; Impressive screen.
Great Looking Display, QWERTY Keyboard, UI Looks Good & is Easy to Use, IE Mobile Browser Works, Good Battery Life
Snazzy looks, great Windows Phone 7 OS with latest software...
One of the most wellappointed WinMo phones to date. Tough Gorilla Glass screen takes all kinds of abuse. Comfortable, idiotsimple QWERTY keypad. Snappy boot time.
The Dell Venue Pro features an attractive design with a large, sharp display and comfortable keyboard. The smartphone runs smoothly on a 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
Gorgeous AMOLED display, Good camera.
Premium design, Brilliant Super AMOLED display, Comfortable keyboard, Loud speakers
AMOLED screen. User-friendly WP7 OS. Thumb-friendly QWERTY.
Beautiful and solid design, Usable physical portrait keyboard, Responsive platform, Fairly inexpensive
Heavy; Low quality camera; Multiple interface issues.
Bulky & Heavy, UI Feels Oversimplified at Times, Weak Camera Flash, Outdoor Images have Contrast Issues, Inconsistent Call Quality
Suited to large hands and pocketsLook and Feel...
Not exactly pocketfriendly. Craptastic camera performance in lowlight settings. Handoffs between apps and the web are still jarring. Slightly curved display is a smudge magnet. Trickle of WinMo apps limits potential.
The smartphone is large and heavy. It doesn't support the T-Mobile HSPA+ network. Call and speakerphone quality could be better.
Keyboard is a bit cramped, Windows Phone 7 is missing some key features.
Quite heavy, Froze a couple of times, Lacks 4G support, Sluggish camera
Bulky chassis. No multi-tasking. Limited USB transfer.
Hefty in size & weight, Fluctuating signal strength, Muffled sounding voices
By CoolSmartphone on September 25, 2011
The price of Windows Phone devices has recently been dropping, firstly the HTC HD7, then the LG Optimus 7 and then the other week the Dell Venue Pro. I decided to get a Dell Venue Pro and here is a quick review of the device. Hardware The Dell Venue...-
By TechTree on September 05, 2011
Expert Review MRP: Rs 35,000Street Price: What's peculiar about technology is the ever-accelerating speed at which it seems to evolve. Pretty soon we'll have intergalactic space travel, teleporting sammiches, and releases every other day....40
By PCWorld India on August 11, 2011
The Dell Venue Pro is a high-end smartphone that uses Windows Phone 7.5 OS and offers a touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard....76
By ZOMGitsCj on July 05, 2011
The Dell Venue Pro has to be one of the best designed smartphones from the company, with a very polished looking industrial design. That being said, overall it turned out to be a pretty mediocre phone, thanks to the low camera quality, and average...60
By BrightHub on May 26, 2011
There aren't a lot of reviews that would rank a smartphone as 'Excellent' but the Dell Venue Pro has all the right parts to push it to that level. The phone, when seen in person is just absolutely beautiful. The 4.1 inch screen is one of the...100
By Trusted Reviews on May 16, 2011
The Dell Venue Pro is a pretty good Windows Phone handset. It’s fast, easy to use and the slide-out keyboard is responsive too. However, we can’t help feeling that it’s just a bit too large to be truly comfortable to use, and the...70
By HotHardware on May 16, 2011
We feel like we end up repeating ourselves somewhere here, but the smartphone market is blossoming in a major way. Every other week or so, we're seeing yet another flagship phone ship from the major players, and while Dell wasn't even a part of...-
By IT Reviews on May 06, 2011
Windows Phone 7 changes a little from handset to handset, remaining predictable and unskinnable. We aren't sure it's the best fit for consumers. The Dell Venue Pro itself is chunky, but the large screen and mini-keyboard are definite plus...60
By ZDNet UK on May 06, 2011
Dell's Venue Pro is a (somewhat late-to-market) first-generation Windows Phone 7 device whose standout features are a large screen and a slide-out keyboard. Some business users, especially in hard-line Windows environments, may find this an...80
By CNET UK on May 04, 2011
Robust build quality and a unique portrait-sliding keyboard give the Dell Venue Pro an edge over its samey Windows Phone competitors, but its pocket-punishing size could prove problematic for some...70