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Dell Streak 5-inch 3G Android MID leaks [Update: Video!]

Dell Streak 5-inch 3G Android MID leaks [Update: Video!]

After Dell CEO Michael Dell confirmed that the company's Android smartphone would, in fact, make it to the US - albeit with some changes from the original Chinese model - details of a second Android-based device have leaked.  According to Tinhte.com and another image supplied to SlashGear, you're looking at the Dell Streak, a 5-inch WVGA 800 x 480 touchscreen Android 2.0 Donut MID, with WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G WWAN connectivity.  Front photos of the Dell Streak - together with size comparison shots - in the gallery, together with a hands-on video after the cut.

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Dell say Mini 3i is just “proof of concept”; no news but China Mobile collaboration

Dell say Mini 3i is just “proof of concept”; no news but China Mobile collaboration

Looks like Dell aren't quite ready to confess to launching the Mini 3i yet; the company has described the touchscreen smartphone as "a proof of concept", and dismissed any idea that they are confirming specifications or even names of upcoming devices.  In fact, according to company spokesperson Matt Parretta, "The only thing that we're confirming is that we're in product with China Mobile ... We were there as a development partner for the [Google Android-based] oPhone platform."

Dell Mini 3i smartphone launches in China

Dell Mini 3i smartphone launches in China

Dell China have brought their smartphone out to play, the first official showing of the much-leaked handset.  According to the launch reports, the Dell Mini 3i is based on the Chinese-designed Open Mobile System (OMS), an Android-based platform, and has less than impressive hardware: the Mini 3i is 2G GSM only, with no WiFi, and only a 3.2-megapixel camera (with LED flashlight) and Bluetooth to brighten things up.

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Dell Chinese cellphone launch imminent?

Dell Chinese cellphone launch imminent?

Dell are tipped to be launching or announcing a smartphone in China at some point in the next few days, according to a source close to the company's plans.  Full details of the launch are unknown, but the handset is expected to feature a full touchscreen interface with no physical keyboard and likely using Android as its OS.

Dell confirm smartphone/MID plans; screen sizes 4 to 12 inches possible

Dell confirm smartphone/MID plans; screen sizes 4 to 12 inches possible

We're used to rumors of Dell's impending smartphone plans re-emerging every so often, but the company themselves have ignited speculation this time around by confirming that they are in talks with carriers regarding a range of carriers.  Ronald Garriques, president of Dell's consumer division, reportedly told analysts that the company saw opportunities within a range of devices, with screen sizes spanning 4 through to 12 inches and that "all work together".

Microsoft Band 2 coming with “a few killer devices” for Lumia

Microsoft Band 2 coming with “a few killer devices” for Lumia

This week the folks at Microsoft have been rather up-front about their plans to expand their mobile devices front. At Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference 2015, the company's COO Kevin Turner suggested that they were at work on a second version of Microsoft Band. He also suggested that they were working on "a few killer devices" for Lumia. For Windows Phone, that is to say, and the future of mobile devices from Microsoft that, earlier this month, seemed to be in question.

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Nexus 9 now available, ships in 1-2 days

Nexus 9 now available, ships in 1-2 days

Yes, you've read that right. The first of the next generation of Nexus devices is finally marked as available, in stock, and shipping in just a few days. Of course, you might be able to get it sooner if you buy from a retailer like Best Buy. The launch of the Nexus 9 heralds the start of the availability of devices based on Android 5.0 Lollipop. It hopefully also marks the date of availability of the latest Android version as well, which means older Nexus devices might be receiving it soon, too.

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Google, Samsung bitterness resurfaces on wearables

Google, Samsung bitterness resurfaces on wearables

Google and Samsung have an interesting history. Often working together, the two eventually end up splitting apart at the seams. Be it Nexus devices or Chromebooks, there has almost always been a very Google-centric Samsung device floating around. The latest Samsung-for-Google device, the Gear Live, may have drawn a line in the sand.

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Microsoft’s plan: turn Nokia X to Windows Phone

Microsoft’s plan: turn Nokia X to Windows Phone

When you first heard that Nokia was going to make an Android phone, were you surprised? I bet you didn’t believe it. When Nokia actually make the Nokia X, we were as baffled as you were - and twice as baffled that they’d also made a larger version of the device in the Nokia XL. Now with the most recent "restructuring" of Microsoft - one that includes integrating Nokia’s devices and services teams into their body - the Nokia X will be turned to Windows Phone.

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