Dell removes the Streak from its shelves for a possible update
0. phoneArena 21 Jul 2011, 23:03 posted on
Dell has removed their massive Android-powered smartphone the Streak from shelves and their online store in what apparently is an attempt to the update device which may be re-released in early August…
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1. Pleaase tell me... (unregistered)
Please tell me they will at least release gingerbread before they put it to bed...
3. IOS (unregistered)
Same thing i have streak 5 and wishing they will work to have new upgrade on their devices because without any upgarde will be useless, i don't think so they are about to make this device dying....
4. Youngblood69 (unregistered)
Put that device to bed...permanently. Outdated no matter what they upgrade.
5. pratik123 (unregistered)
i think,means i wanted 'em to improve the display(AMOLED etc) with some gr8 pixels, increased RAM and processor(1.2 dual core or above) , give Honeycomb preloaded, and yes last but not the list please improve the better connectivity( i m not saying that current streak don't have sufficient speed but i want better modem with WiFi-b,g,n,a etc),,,,,see cameras are always a secondary thing to judge a phone on, so no problem even with the same megapixel , i hope they do it some where near to it.........:)