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O2 Dell Streak free on contract; £429 SIM-free

While we knew the Dell Streak was due to arrive in the UK on June 4th, until now we've not known exactly how much the Android MID will be.  Happily UK retailer The Carphone Warehouse has stepped up with some figures, confirming that the Streak will be available on carrier O2 from free with a new contract. That's assuming you're willing to commit for £25 per month (or £35 per month with unlimited data).  If you're more interested in buying SIM-free, the Streak will be £429 - the price of an entry-level iPad WiFi + 3G, incidentally.  It's worth noting that, while the iPad 3G has 3G access for the US and Europe, the Streak will only have European 3G. [via SlashGear] [vms 6d4357324dd7e69f3cd1]

Fring is first to bring video calling to Android

With the upcoming release of the HTC EVO 4G, Samsung Galaxy S and Dell Streak, the need for video calling software will increase drastically. Yes, most of these devices will come with preloaded software that can handle this but this is Android and there always room for choice. Fring will be the first to offer video calling software to Android and it is capable of a lot more than just that.

Dell Streak Will Be Available For O2 UK on June 4th

Its official, the Dell Streak, formerly known as the Mini 5, will make its debut this June 4th on O2 in the UK. It will release sometime this summer here in the US, AT&T has long been rumored to be the carrier of this and many other Dell Android devices to come. O2 has a Dell Streak information page live now on their site.

O2 Dell Streak due June; Summer launch in US [Video]

Android tablets haven't exactly been in short supply, but it looks like we've had to wait for Dell in order for a unit you'd actually put down money for.  Availability for the Dell Streak - aka the Dell Mini 5 - has been confirmed, with the 5-inch Android MID dropping on O2 UK in early June and then in the US sometime this summer.

Dell Streaks Show up in Seattle for AT&T Testing

Ever wonder how mobile devices get tested on a particular wireless carrier? Take a good look at the image below then, and soak it in. While we're sure that this isn't the way every wireless carrier tests upcoming handsets, but it's definitely one of the more interesting methods. Especially the wood. It's got a Do-It-Yourself appeal to it, doesn't it?

Dell Aero Gains FCC Approval

Guess it won’t be long now, this device was promised for a Q2 release and the end of that quarter is fast approaching. The Dell Aero has just received approval from the FCC. This device is expected to land on AT&T in June. This device will keep the name Aero at launch, often times the name is changed when a device is released.

Dell Aero confirmed to offer all of Google’s apps

The first batches of these handsets that were tested were missing nearly all of Google’s apps. Like the Bacflip, this handset was also going to have a few core Android apps replaced by bloatware. The most notable omission was Yahoo Search integration instead of Google’s search. Dell has recently confirmed that all of Google’s app will be installed on this device.

Dell Sparta, Athens and Looking Glass Pro

There have been a lot of Android devices leaked for Dell this past week. Most aren’t scheduled to appear until 2011. An old roadmap has recently surfaced on Android Central with a few Android devices we haven’t seen until now. The Sparta, Athens and looking Glass HD (codenames for now, don’t think these names will stick).
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