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10 inch Dell Streak to follow 7 inch Streak in a few months

If you first thought that Dell is a little crazy to launch a 5 inch tablet when everybody was thinking of 7 to 10 inch models, and even bigger, then you should know that Dell has a strategy to cover all important screen sizes, like 3,4, 7 and 10 inches, just like Archos did.

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Why Size Does Matter: Are Larger Smartphone Screens the Future?

So industry 'experts' think that smartphones with larger touchscreens aren't the future. We are all apparently happy with 3.5 inch phones and are shunning larger devices. I can think of about 10 million reasons why this isn't true. But there is a good point to come out of this -- when does a smartphone become a tablet?

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Prophet-Gamer4621d ago

If the phones just keep getting bigger we might as well all just carry around pads. I'm okay with current size of smart-phone screens, imo there's no need to keep making them bigger.

TheEatingVodka4621d ago

4-4.1 inches for the screen is enough.

Gondee4621d ago

If they would utilize the device better we could see 5 inch screens on devices of the same size as now.

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Dell US now offering Streak unlocked with Froyo, in Cherry Red

Engadget: We knew good and well that Android 2.2 was sneaking out and making itself active on Dell's unlocked Streak units, but now it seems that the backlog of older units has been cleared. That has made way for new stock over at Dell's US site, with a 16GB Carbon Black unlocked Streak going for $579.99 with Froyo from the factory; the 32GB model is listed at $678.99. Curiously, that 16GB model is $30 more than what the unlocked Android 1.6 model went for back in August.

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Pocket-Lint: Dell Streak Android 2.2 update hands on

Pocket-Lint: Dell has updated its 5-inch Dell Streak tablet-come-phone to Android 2.2 this week, and Pocket-lint has managed to grab a handset off Dell for a quick review to see what’s new and what the update brings users.

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