April 21st 2010 8:07 pm

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Engadget Jan 24, 2011

All in all, Dell's delivered a solid phone that comes in nice package, as well as a form factor that's no doubt more tolerable for the average joe.

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Omen20 Omen20

Software: I love Dell's Stage widgets. The email widget is what I've been looking for to the T. The Twitter and Facebook widgets are definitely better than the stock, but I sort of wish the accounts could be combined into one stream. I've gotten used to that with Gwibber on Ubuntu....

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jeepguynola jeepguynola

Dell could have told a lot more of these if they had advertised 'em. If you want a great, solid, sexy big Android, the Venue is a great choice. Even Dell Stage widgets are pretty useful, though you can turn 'em off for an almost pure Froyo experience.

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