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    The Dell Streak, previously referred to as the Mini 5, is an Android device with a custom Dell UI overlay and a 5-inch display. Marketed by Dell as "the ultimate portable tablet PC," the device has a 5-inch screen that is larger than most phones and smaller than most tablets by comparison. Unlike the iPad from Apple, the 5-inch Dell Streak will also be able to take calls--the WiFi & 3G model of the iPad is a data-only device and voice calls are not possible. The device will be made available first in the UK in June through O2 and retailers. Though AT&T hasn't made any announcements ...

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    The Dell Mini 5 may be called the Dell Streak when it is released according to some internal promotional materials that were obtained via a leak on Engadget. The Dell Mini 5 utilizes a slate for factor with a 5-inch screen and sits uncomfortably between being classified as a tablet and a phone--the device does have a cellular radio and could theoretically make phone calls, but it's large screen will smother your face if you attempt to hold it to your ears. However, the screen may be a tad too small for tablet enthusiasts who may prefer a larger screen that could engulf their fingers, but ...

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    Today, Opera Software announced the update and release of their Opera Mini 5 browser (5.0.3521) for Windows Mobile. Previous versions required the Java Virtual Machine to run on Windows Mobile, but now it's a native app and can be installed with a simple CAB. Although XDA hacked together a CAB that packaged Java and OM5 together in the past, this version obviously has greater advantages. Press release excerpt: By integrating Opera Mini with the Windows Mobile platform, Opera is able to deliver an optimized version of the popular Opera Mini browser that dramatically improves performance and ...

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    Whatever you think of the 5-inch touchscreen display on the Dell Mini 5 that straddles smartphone and miniature tablet category, the device is coming to AT&T and may offer some cloud-based synchronization methods. What's interesting is that Dell is saying that the company is looking into next-generation resistive screen technology for future iterations of the tablet. According to Dell, Neeraj Choubey, who heads Dell's tablet division, Dell may be developing some cloud-based synchronization engine to create a non-rivalrous environment with the company's other products, including netbooks ...

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    Hot on the heals of Apple's iPad tablet, Dell has outed pricing on its Dell Mini 5, a device that straddles the divide between smartphone and tablet. The Dell Mini 5 is a slate type device, meaning that it lacks a physical QWERTY keyboard, and has a five-inch screen that is larger than most smartphones but on the small end of the tablet spectrum, comes with built-in 3G and phone features, and runs the Android OS with some Dell customizations. Dell has revealed that the 1 GHz Snapdragon-powered device will run for $1098 prior to carrier subsidies, which is quite expensive considering the ...

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    The Dell Mini 3 was announced by AT&T towards the beginning of CES, and now the device is known to have a customized build of Android to support Exchange ActiveSync for your corporate push email. Additionally, it seems that the Mini 3 will be shipping with Adnroid 1.6. Gizmodo had some hands-on time with the Mini 3 and came out with this impression: In the hand, it doesn't feel nearly as solid as the Nexus OneĀ—it's more like a hollow-feeling plastic than most of the smartphones on the market. Dell, of course, has their own UI for Android. We didn't get to see much of it, other than the ...

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