The 5-inch Dell Streak (aka the Dell Mini 5) quickly became moot when it (a) took months and months to come to market and (b) launched with Android 1.6 and (c) had to compete with the likes of the 4.3 inch HTC Evo 4G and Motorola Droid X.
Will the aptly named 7-inch Dell Streak 7 fare better? We'll have to see. But in the meantime we have some new pictures to follow up the initial leaked television commercial walkthrough -- and what's more, there's a clearly visible T-Mobile (USA) logo. There's a decent chance we'll see this guy at CES -- and let's hope it brings more to the table than its predecessor. [Cell Phone Signal]
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