By GeoffreyFarinha | August 9, 2010 12:00 PM
We now get up close and personal with the Dell Streak to take a look at its hardware. With its 5″ Gorilla-Glass screen, the Dell Streak has taken a great deal of both positive and negative criticism. The larger than average form factor could make the phone cumbersome and difficult to use. However, it could also increase the users efficiency by allowing them to type faster and more accurately on a larger keyboard, and also allow more widgets and shortcuts to fit on the screen.
The Streaks 5″ screen has a 800 x 480 resolution and is equipped with a 1Ghz processor and 512MB of RAM & 2GB ROM. The device will come with a 16GB MicroSD card preinstalled and is further upgradable to 32GB. The Streak is fairly heavy weighing in at 220 grams and is constructed of mostly metal. It is currently available and comes in two different network compatibility types. Both models utilize 850/900/1800/1900 for EDGE. On the 3G side of things, one model is compatible with 900/2100 and the other is 850/1900/2100.
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If you’re interested in the Dell Streak, it’s available now at Negri Electronics