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At 5 inches, The Dell Streak is one of the largest Android phones to date. It was first released in Europe, but has made its way over to the United States on AT&T. Dell continued its habit of releasing devices with outdated OS versions (1.6), but have promised that the Streak will continue to be updated until at least 2.2.
The Streak is equipped with a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 5-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen, 5MP camera with LED flash, 16GB internal memory with microSD support, Android 1.6 (should be 2.2 by the end of the year).
Announced: May 26, 2010
Release Date: August 12, 2010
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by Phil Nickinson
Jan 28, 2011
Have an AT&T Dell Streak and haven't hacked the hell out of it yet waiting for Froyo to finally arrive? Looks like we might have some good news for you, via the latest Best Buy Employee ...
by Jerry Hildenbrand
Dec 23, 2010
That Dell tablet that just got its WiFi certification? It looks like it will be the new Dell Streak 7, and be showing up on your television in a series of commercials. Engadget got hold of...
by Sean Brunett
Dec 09, 2010
An internal e-mail confirms that the locked versions of the Dell Streak, such as the one on AT&T, will have to wait until the week of January 12th for the Froyo update. The OTA was thought to...
by Chris Parsons
Dec 08, 2010
Any Dell Streak owners out there interested in a custom recovery tool? If so, one has now been made available for your device courtesy of mistadman, over at XDA Developers. Based off of Clockwork Reco...
by Kyle Gibb
Nov 23, 2010
The Dell Streak hasn't exactly been a resounding success, but the PC manufacturer is looking to climb back into the race by offering the Streak directly from their website with numerous options. There...