Dell Streak Possibly Getting Upgraded Directly to Android 2.2
Up until now, Dell’s Streak has proven to be a severe disappointment. Pre-loaded with Android 1.6, the handset has shaped up to be a the fastest, sexiest let down to date. Fortunately, all may not be lost. According to the folks over at Engadget, Dell’s Lionel Menchaca suggested recently that the Dell Streak may possibly skip Android 2.1 altogether in the United States and upgrade directly to the faster, more capable Android 2.2 (Froyo people!). While nothing is set in stone at this point, this is very good news to hear.
Overall, this news might change things for some people. Would you now consider picking this handset up? Does the possibility of Froyo make you want to purchase this thing more? Let us know either way.
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