T-Mo News is reporting today that the above graphic confirms rumored launch dates for 3 upcoming Android devices. Namely the LG G-Slate, the Dell Streak 7 and the Samsung Vibrant 4G. (The Cliq 2 is also pictured above, but that has already been released, and honestly, who cares?)
I was able to spend a few minutes with the new Dell Streak 7 at the NVIDIA booth today and wanted to shares a quick takeaway. First off, the processor
Dell’s 7-inch Android tablet, the Streak 7, appears to be headed to T-Mobile once it’s finally unveiled. A recent FCC filing shows the device listed with a M02M model number with support for a 3G modem that works for both AT&T and T-Mobile bands.
Dell has become quite famous in the Android-scene with the Dell Streak, but their phones dind’t really shock the market. They’re trying it again with the XCD28 and the XCD35 and it probably won’t be a success. They’re ugly, no matter how you look at it. The specifications won’t stimulate people to buy them either, they’re running on an outdated processor architecture, the ARM11 core on 600 MHz, combined with 256MB RAM, these little babies might even be two of the worst phones available right now.
Dell is said to be prepping a follow-up to their 5-inch Streak tablet which launched earlier this year. Expected in May of 2011, the device is currently billed as the Opus One.
PC World is reporting this week that Dell plans to release an Android-based version of their forthcoming Venue Pro handset. The device, which features a bottom sliding keyboard, is one
Remember the 7-inch tablet teased just last week by CEO Michael Dell? It’s coming soon. Like in the next few weeks, soon. The Wall Street Journal is reporting today that
Here we go again. Michael Dell is out and about teasing Android tablets. Speaking at the Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco today, he casually pulled out a 7-inch tablet where he then left us hanging.
Dell Streak owners in the UK are getting Android 2.1 this week, however many would probably rather go back to 1.6 if they could. The Register is reporting that
Looks like Dell is going to listen to it’s user base who have been giving the computer giant static for the fact that their drivers for the Dell Streak have
[mobile-aero-overview1] Announced back in March around the time of CES, the Dell Aero has finally gone on sale. For $99 and a two-year service agreement, customers can pick up the handset which features a 3.5-inch display, 5-megapixel camera, and removable 2GB MicroSD card. Although it’s powered by a 624Mhz Marvell processor, the Aero sadly runs Android 1.5 (Cupcake).
It has been roughly four months since we last heard, or talked about, the Dell Thunder. In fact, everything we’ve ever covered on this phone was in one post. As
After months of hype and anticipation, the Dell Streak phablet has finally gotten an official price tag. Starting as early as this coming Thursday (12th), the 5-inch behemoth will run $299 (with two-year AT&T contract) or $549 (contract-free), depending on your approach.
Dell still won’t say when it will actually start selling and shipping the Streak in United States, but on Tuesday they did clear up a bit of lingering confusion. What
Dell has taken to their company blog to shed light on their forthcoming Streak tablet/phone. Among the details shared is the fact that there are no plans to support T-Mobile’s