The Dell Streak is not even available yet in most countries other then the USA and the UK, but that is not stopping Dell from following up their Android 1.6 device the Dell Streak, which bridges the gap between tablet PC and smartphone.
The details were leaked during a presentation and training guide for the Streak, set to launch in March of 2011. The rumor of the day is that the Dell Opus One will keep the same size, which is 5 inches of the original model. The upgrade comes to the resolution which should be at a sweet 1280×800. Also some details on the CPU, it was said to be the new 1.2GHz from Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon range.
Not many more details were leaked, but it should ship with one of the latest updates from Google Android. Although the Streak has shipped in the UK and the US, and in a few days in Canada, it comes with a very antiquated 1.6 version of Android. We reported last week, that next weeks launch in Japan, will have Google 2.2 pre-loaded on the Streak. We also reported on a new backup utitility released on the Android Market which will help you mitigate the transition of upgrading your OS by backing up all of your essential data.
via Android Community
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