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Dell Streak mini-tablet priced at $300 with AT&T

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 27 Jul 2010 21:37 User comments (2)

Dell Streak mini-tablet priced at $300 with AT&T AT&T has finally priced the Dell Streak mini-tablet, selling the 5-inch tablet/phone for $300 with two-year contract and $550 without.
It is still unclear when the Streak will hit retail stores, but Dell and AT&T are already accepting pre-orders on the device.

The first colorway available will be black with red.

Dell launched the tablet/phone in the UK in June, to mixed reviews.

The device has a 5-inch display, phone capabilities, browsing capability, runs the Android OS and has a 5MP camera.

Unfortunately, the device uses Android 1.6, the now obsolete software which has been replaced on most new Android devices by 2.1 Eclair. An update to Froyo 2.2 is promised for later in the year, however.

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2 user comments

128.7.2010 3:17

why is it that every tablet has to have a disgusting name? first the iTampon, now the skidmark.

228.7.2010 8:44

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An update to Froyo 2.2 is promised for later in the year, however.


Ya.im guessing right about when gingerbread is released making froyo seem old and obsolete as 1.6 is
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