Dell Android MID 'The Streak' Seen Vietnam

Posted: Oct 21 2009, 11:59am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:58pm CDT, in Hot Gadgets


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Apparently Dell is as much of an Android fanatic as those of us who dropped $200 on the G1 last year. Confirmation that the 3i Android smartphone would be heading to the U.S. was exciting enough on its own. Now we're hearing news that Dell also has an Android MID (via SlashGear) headed for the U.S. I've never had any reason to be excited about a Dell product before, but this news has me quivering with glee.

Screenshots of the MID, codenamed the Streak, came initially from Vietnamese-based They state that the MID features a 5" WVGA touchscreen, packs Android 2.0, is WiFi capable and 3G enabled, and has a 5 MP camera with a dual LED flash. It's also got a microSD card and a 1300 mAH battery. The model variant is listed as "US", which is proof that this sexy little piece of Android-goodness is bound for the States. The most exciting thing about this MID has to be the front-facing camera stuck on the left side of the display. That means this device will be perfect for video conferencing.

This MID may not be the only one in development. Dell consumer division president Ronald Garriques stated that the company was considering screen sizes between 4 and 12" for their Android MID. This 5" device could be the only size they settled on...or we could see a big, Kindle-sized Android tablet at some point in the near future. Only time will tell.

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