We've seen the Dell 'Streak' Android MID before. It's a 5-inch Android-powered MID that packs a 800x480 capacitive touchscreen, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 5 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and runs Android 2.0. Why is it news again? Because there are reports floating around that point the Dell Streak to AT&T in 2010. Yep, the US company that didn't release their first Android phone in the US and the carrier that has ignored Android altogether, are together for one device. Guess it kind of makes sense.
This is especially interesting considering Dell's first Android smartphone, the Mini 3i, is giving priority to China and Brazil. We guess if Dell decides to launch the Streak in the States, we could forgive them for leaving us in the dark about the Mini 3i.