Dell has just announced that it is going to launch the highly-anticipated Dell Streak later this week. This cutting-edge tablet phone will include a 5-inch touchscreen, a 1 GHz processor, and support for AT&T's 3G network.
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Dell has just announced that its first smartphone, the Dell Aero, is going to be released by AT&T at the beginning of the second week in August. The pricing for this inexpensive consumer-oriented model running Google's Android OS has also been revealed.
Dell has confirmed that the only wireless carrier that its Android OS-powered Dell Streak tablet phone is going to fully support will be AT&T. This means that T-Mobile customers won't have access to 3G on this very high-end device, which is set to launch this week.
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The much-anticipated Dell Streak is going to hit the market in the next week or so, according to an official statement from Dell. This tablet phone will run Google's Android OS on a 1 GHz processor and sport a 5-inch touchscreen.
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Dell has announced that it is going to start selling the the Dell Streak directly to the public in July. This upcoming tablet phone will run Google's Android OS on a 1 GHz processor and sport a 5-inch touchscreen.
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