Dell Streak – a new Android-based device with 3G support

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Dell Streak – a new Android-based device with 3G support
As we have reported on several occasions, Dell has been working on a range of Android-based devices. It´s the first time, however, we have had the chance to actually show you one of these. Codenamed the Streak, the device will supposedly run version 2.0 (Éclair) of the said operating system. We are guessing this will probably be an internet-oriented gadget and the video that has appeared on the Internet reveals 5-megapixel camera, LED flash and 3.5mm. jack. According to the latest information we gathered, the Streak will sport a huge 5-inch display with WVGA resolution, microSD slot, 1,300mAh battery, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The video is predominantly focused on the capable internet browser of the device that will be controlled via multi-touch and looks quite impressive indeed. It seems the major selling point will be internet functionality, but the Streak will not be out of its element when it comes to calls either, because similarly to the Nokia N900, the built-in GSM module will allow calls over 3G networks.  




We still don´t have official information about the release date and retail price of the Dell Streak, but the rumor has it we will first see it in the US. 

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