It’s no secret that Dell hasn’t had the best of luck in the wide world of Android. Their first Android device, the Streak 5, has already been discontinued (and picked up by the government), leaving behind a rather lackluster legacy. The next device to get the axe is the me-too tablet, the Streak ... Read More »
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Dell hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to their phones and tablets division. Be it funky software or a crazy huge screen (the Streak 5 has paved the way for smartphones coming out now, display-wise), the company simply hasn’t seen the success it would like. When it comes to the Streak 7, poor ... Read More »
The Dell Streak 7 from T-Mobile may not be the most popular Android tablet around, but if you’re been waiting around to get the Wi-Fi version you can now pick one up from Amazon for $380. The price of the Streak 7 just a smidge more than what Samsung is charging for the Wi-Fi Galaxy ... Read More »
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We had the right date, but the rumored price was wrong. T-Mobile just tweeted that the Dell Streak 7 will go on sale this Wednesday, February 2nd for $199 with 2-year agreement (after a $50 mail in rebate).
The Dell Streak 7 is T-Mobile’s first 4G tablet and features ... Read More »
The folks over at Streak Smart have discovered that the Dell Streak 7 Android Tablet will likely launch for $330 on contract. Though no official pricing has been announced by T-Mobile, hidden in the fine print on their “Coming Soon” page for the Streak 7 is the following statement:
*On approved credit. $82.50 ... Read More »
The Dell Streak 5 left many consumers confused on whether they were buying a phone or a tablet, but Dell’s latest Android device, coming to T-Mobile on February 2nd, avoids any such dilemma by bumping up to the established tablet realm of 7 inches.
The headlining features for the Dell Streak 7 are 4G support, ... Read More »
The Dell Streak and Motorola Cliq – not exactly two brands that generate a lot of excitement among the Android community. Both of these products experienced their fair share of frustrating issues, but T-Mobile is expected to launch the follow-ups at CES next week and could have them in stores by January 19th, according to ... Read More »
The Wall Street Journal reported that Dell would release their 7-inch tablet back in September, but for whatever reasons the project was put on hold. Now after several months of waiting, the Dell Streak 7 has showed its face once again.