Editors Liked

  • Gorgeous looking handset, Mesmerizing AMOLED display
  • Gorgeous looking handset, Mesmerizing AMOLED display, Reasonably priced at $99.99
  • Attractive design; Solid build; Gorgeous display; Good camera; Powerful loudspeaker; Convenient Silent mode switch
  • Touchscreen, -HD video playback, -battery life, -fast, -web surfing
  • Attractive. Large, vibrant screen. Responsive. Smooth video playback
  • The Dell Venue has an attractive, solid design with a large 4.1-inch touch screen. The Android 2.2 smartphone also features a 1GHz Snapdragon processor for smooth performance and comes with a number of extra apps
  • Good looking, sturdy design, AMOLED display is easy on the eyes, Decent battery life, Camera quality was not bad at all, Plenty of handy apps preloaded
  • Large Good Looking Screen, Stylish looks, Spruced Up UI, Browser Supports Flash
  • Gorgeous design, Surprisingly good camera, Slick Stage UI

Editors Didn't Like

  • Stutters with Flash content, Shoots ugly looking 720p videos, LED flash is nearly worthless
  • Stutters with Flash content, Shoots ugly looking 720p videos, LED flash is nearly worthless
  • Last generation hardware and software; Power button inconveniently placed; 720p video is an interpolated mess; No DivX/Xvid playback; No HDMI-out; No video call camera; Dell Stage is sluggish; Low volume in headphones; Camera lens gets easily covered with
  • Camera, -ordinary speaker
  • Expensive. Heavy. Some reception issues. A little buggy
  • The camera quality was subpar, Dell's Stage user interface could use some refinement and won't appeal to everyone, and the Venue doesn't support T-Mobile's HSPA+ network
  • Dell Stage UI was a bit sluggish, Audio volume for media was ridiculously low
  • UI Still Feels Sluggish, Disappointing Camera, No FM, No Sound Customization
  • Camera affected by lens cover, cluttered UI, Can't charge a drained battery from wall socket, Backup utility not reliable