If you’ve been looking out for the Dell Streak for some time already, then you will be pleased as punch to have refrained yourself from making a purchase simply because Dell has just dropped the pricing for its Streak device in the US – presumably to drive sales figures up. The unlocked models are now cheaper by $180, touching a new low of $400, while Android-powered models from AT&T will still retail for $550 and $650, respectively, in 16GB and 32GB iterations. A price drop four months after a device is released certainly doesn’t bode too well in terms of initial sales figures, so we hope that this quietly executed move will spur Dell’s bottomline after this quarter is over.

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