Dell Streak 5, the first phone-tablet from Dell made its way to me so I decided to write a quick review about the device. Streak 5 was an experiment by Dell to see how people respond to a tablet-cum-phone device.
It features a 5.0-inch gorilla glass display screen with a 1 GHz Scorpion processor under the hood, and features 512MB of RAM. Dell Streak is powered by Froyo (Android 2.2.2) and was actually the first ever device to feature the gorilla glass screen. We did some pretty interesting gorilla glass test. You can catch them in the videos after the jump.
Dell recently introduced the all new Dell Streak 7, which is a successor to the previous tablet from Dell, the Dell Streak. This tablet goes head to head with the other tablets of its generation, the iPad, Galaxy Tab etc.
Dell Streak 7 has been extensively reviewed by Ubergizmo explaining design, display, performance and many other factors of the device.
Dell Streak is soon going to get the Android 2.2 Froyo update. Previously, it was on Android 1.6 which was very slow and looked bloated. But luckily, Dell decided to get their Streak some Froyo love.
Android 2.2 update for Dell Streak will start rolling out in a couple of weeks and UK users will be the first ones to get it.
For the past few days, we had been posting about a Dell Media Event which was going to be held in Singapore. I was one of the attendees there and Dell made sure it turns out to be an unforgettable experience for all the techies, bloggers and media there.
The event was held at an apartment near the Scotts Road where bloggers and media were invited from the neighboring countries. I went all the way from Pakistan to Singapore to attend this Dell event.
Dell is going to have a special media event in Singapore on October 20, for the launch of Dell Streak and some other products as well. Not just product launch, there is going to be much more on the event i.e how Dell products are being used by consumers.
We don’t have much details on the event yet, but as soon as things get finalized and some more info is out, it will be posted on this blog – and we might even cover that event live!
Adobe yesterday released the final version of Flash Player 10.1 for Android. Flash Player 10.1 has been in beta since its announcement at the Google I/O in May, but they finally released Flash Player 10.1 yesterday.
Flash Player 10.1 doesn’t show any major improvement in performance since the its beta 3 release, but it sure is a lot more slicker than before.