Pricing details have been released about two Android powered Dell phones - the Dell Aero and the tablet wannabe Dell Streak. Aero builds on the Dell Mini 3i while the Streak is trying to carve out a whole new niche of voice call capable mini tablets.
The Dell Aero was announced officially in late April but we knew it's coming to AT&T even before that. Yet it took more than three months for pricing details to appear - SIM-free, the Dell Aero will set you back 299 US dollars or if you sign a 2 year contract with AT&T it will go for 99 bucks.
The Aero is a mid-ranger that updates Dell's first try at Android - the Dell Mini 3i. It features a 3.5" screen with nHD resolution (quite uncommon for Android), 5MP camera, Wi-Fi and GPS. The OS version is 1.5 Cupcake right now, though Dell will update that some time in the future.
The other phone, the Dell Streak is an absolute pocket buster. It's got a 5" screen with WVGA resolution and 1GHz Snapdragon CPU. It boasts 16GB of storage expandable via microSD card and it too is stuck with an old Android - 1.6 Donut. Dell have said that there's a 2.2 Froyo update coming.
The Dell Streak is understandably pricier than the Aero - 550 US dollars without a contract or 299 dollars with an AT&T contract. Anyway, that's cheaper than the UK price of 429 pounds (670 USD).
You can sign up here if you're interested in pre-ordering the Dell Streak. It will be available for regular purchase in late July.
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hey 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.....