Pricing sum have been expelled about dual Android powered Dell phones – a Dell Aero as well as a inscription wannabe Dell Streak. Aero builds upon a Dell Mini 3i whilst a Streak is perplexing to carve out a total latest niche of voice call able mini tablets. Yet it took some-more than 3 months for pricing sum to crop up – SIM-free, a Dell Aero will set we behind 299 US dollars or if we pointer a 2 year stipulate with AT&T it will go for 99 bucks.The Dell Streak is understandably pricier than a Aero – 550 US dollars but a stipulate or 299 dollars with an AT&T contract.
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2010In case nobody noticed, the streak is NOT coming in July, as reported from many sources yester... morehey do you have idea when dell streak will be coming for i have been waiting for all age for this streak
Iphone is already destroyed by HTC HD2, Dell Streak is just cashing on to it.....
In case nobody noticed, the streak is NOT coming in July, as reported from many sources yesterday.. sad, really sad...
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2010Will the dell streak work on the Philippines?sure it will. it support GSM connection so it will work. im from the phil. as well......(",)
wow quite cheap prices for aero! i got my hero for 300$ on a whole-sale price and it has HVGA screen and 528mhz cpu,, aero has nhd screen, better cpu and plays natively many video formats, and it looks sexy as well,, the only drawbacks are smaller battery and that u may find compatibilty issues with the nhd screen, nevertheless 300$ for sim-free is just dirt cheap! also streak is not expenssive with 550$ on launch: that's like 100$ cheaper than desire and galaxy s who were there for few months already!
These phones are def anytime better than the freaking IPhone 4.
IFans will do anything to support ISteve and their flawed IPhone 4. Get over it, even Steve uses a Nokia when the media is not around, b'coz Steve is smart and does not want to have dropped calls, so he would never do a mistake by using IPhone 4 'The Revolutionary Phone' as he does not want to end up with dropped dead calls.