Android Devices >> Everything about the Dell Streak
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in Europe, but has made its way over to the United States on AT&T. Dell continued its habit of releasing devices with outdated OS versions (1.6), but have promised that the Streak will continue to be updated until at least 2.2.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 Jerry Hildenbrand
Jul 27, 2010
Dell has announced the prices for the much anticipated Streak and Aero Android phones. The 5-inch Streak will be $299.99 with an eligible two-year AT&T agreement, and $549.99 if bought outri...
by Phil Nickinson
Jul 26, 2010
First, the good: Dell has confirmed that its 5-inch Streak mini-tablet will get Android 2.2 later this year through an over-the-air update. It will, however, still launch with Android 1.6. It w...
by Kyle Gibb
Jul 24, 2010
Just bask for a moment in the pure awesomeness that is the above picture ... oh, yeah. So, Jenn Lee at Streak Smart had the amazing idea of paring a new Dell Streak with a Logitech diNovo Mini bl...
by Phil Nickinson
Jul 20, 2010
That rumored July 19 date for the Dell Streak has come and gone, but that doesn't mean the 5-inch tablet-MID mashup isn't imminent. On the contrary, Dell says it's due in "late July," and i...
by Sean Brunett
Jul 15, 2010
The Samsung Captivate may not be the only major Android phone to hit AT&T this month. Engadget is speculating that the Dell Streak may hit stores "any day now." (Which is close to BGR's ...