Dell has been rumored to be coming out with a Mini 5, which was first shown publicly at this years CES, which will feature integration with a host of Amazon services, according to leaked internal document.
The leaked information originally posted on Engadget, details that the Android-powered tablet may be available in a range of colors and designs.
Beyond the personalization of the Mini 5, not a lot of new information about Dell’s upcoming tablet is to be found beside a listing with features such as:front-facing video camera, dock connector, and capacitive touch-screen. However, a new leaked page is offering more interesting options that were previously unknown. This second document states that the Mini 5 will integrate with Amazon’s Kindle, MP3 and Video services, and will include a Kindle reader app which will make this tablet on par with eBook readers.
Could this partnership with Amazon be seen as a move to compete with the upcoming iPad? Apple’s tablet has the iTunes and iBooks Stores, so supporting Amazon’s services could help Dell bring something similar to the table.