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    I wanted to try and find a play on those old “Dude, you’re getting a Dell!” ads with the title of this post, but it didn’t quite work out. Instead, let’s get down to business: AT&T will officially be getting the Dell Streak 5. The news comes to us as Michael Dell – founder and [...]

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    Later this summer? Man, we (AT&T) sure are getting the shaft on Android devices. The Samsung rep insinuated to me that the Galaxy S was coming to us, now I hear it's going to T-Maybe. I love the iPhone, but I love my Android phones just as much, if not more. Someone needs to show us some love. And the Backflip doesn't count.
     
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    seriuosly...how long ago did they 'announce' the Dell aero? And we still don't have it... At this rate we will have 2 android phones by august on AT&T.
     
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    I am fully expecting this to be AT&Ts flagship device and with a 5" screen, too big, I don't carry a man-purse. Which is why Acer Liquid is the way to go. I saved up enough for a Nexus One but decided to save the extra couple hundred bucks. Works on AT&T's 1900 MHz 3G band, 768MHz Snapdragon (underclocked & undervolted. Still powerful), 256 megs of ram (not as much as the Nexus One but plenty enough), 2.1 releasing soon (first final leak already available) and very strong developer support. In terms of bang for buck, nothing comes close. Pound for pound (lol) best Android phone out there.
     

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