Apr 19 AT 4:49 PM Taylor Wimberly 16 Comments

Dell Streak 5 gets FCC approval in T-Mobile version

The upcoming Dell Streak 5 (which we think is headed for AT&T) has been spotted on the FCC’s site with support for T-Mobile’s 3G network. Dell already hinted they would support T-Mobile when they shared that the Streak 5 would be coming in multiple versions and specifically mentioned one with support for AWS. The Advanced Wireless Services is also known as UMTS band IV which is the spectrum owned by T-Mobile and used for their 3G wireless network.

T-Mobile customers have been patiently waiting for a high-end Android phone to land in retail stores and the Dell Streak 5 could be their prize. The speculation surrounding a high-end Motorola phone has died down and the upcoming myTouch 3G Slide it targeted towards the mid-range crowd. Keep an eye on late summer, which is when AT&T is also expected to launch the device.

Via: Engadget

Source: FCC

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  1. anthonyGuest 5 years ago

    Yes please

  2. BrianGuest 5 years ago

    That looks huge! (thats what she said)

  3. clocinnorcalGuest 5 years ago

    Well thats great that tmobile has a confirmed “superphone” and while I have been waiting a while for one in stores, this phone isnt for me. I think it is a tad on the large side. I want a phone not a tablet.

  4. Sweeeeet.

    Ok, so Dell Mini 5 or Samsung Galaxy S?
    Fight!

  5. medwaGuest 5 years ago

    This phone/tablet has intrigued me since I first saw it. At first I didn’t know if I wanted it, considering how AT&T is notorious for mangling the Android experience. If it is, in fact, coming to Verizon, I may end up ebaying the Incredible (on preorder now) and snagging this.

  6. NameGuest 5 years ago

    This would be a great phone if i was a woman and could keep it in my purse. Seriously, who wants to use a tablet as a phone?

  7. Yessssssssssssssssssssssssss

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