Dell has stopped selling their Streak 5 tablet/smartphone hybrid – I guess it was a little bit too large to be used as a smartphone on a comfortable basis, while it remained too small to offer a decent tablet experience. The Streak 5 was actually launched in 2010 as Dell’s first Android-powered device, sporting a generous 5″ touchscreen display at 800 x 480 resolution with the ability to make and receive calls just like a standard smartphone.
While the Dell Streak 5 has not been in stock over at Dell.com for some time already, Dell decided to make things official by putting up a page that bids adieu to the Streak, while hoping you could shift your attention to other devices from the Streak family, such as the Dell Streak 7 Android tablet, or perhaps even the Dell Venue Android phone or Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 device?
GG Dell Streak 5, it was good while it lasted.
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