By GeoffreyFarinha | August 11, 2010 1:00 PM
A great feature with Android is the ability for device manufactures to implement their own “skin” to work in their device(s). We’ve seen this in the form of HTC Sense on HTC phones, and, Dell has also followed suit with the release of the Dell Streak Android Tablet. In Part 1 of our Software Overview on the Dell Streak, we showed you Dell’s custom interface.
Well, now it’s time to run some tests and check out how a few highly used apps perform on the Dell Streak. First, we check out how fast the YouTube app loads. Next, we look at how well the browser performs on this device and if the big 5″ screen truly makes the experience better. Finally, its time to see how the Streak stacks up against the EVO 4G in gaming performance.
Curious to see the results? Press play below!