Dell Streak to hit Asia in early 2011, Aero before that

Dell Streak

Those of waiting for Dell Streak smartphone in Asia-Pacific region, you might have to wait till next year. According to Steve Felice, president of Dell’s small and medium business unit – “We have not yet announced the expansion plans for Streak in Asia. I suspect the early part of next year we’ll see that product”, reported PC World.

However, according to an earlier report, Michael Tatelman, Dell Vice President for Global Consumer Channel Sales & Marketing said that Dell Streak will come to India in October this year. So, I am not sure if India will also get the device next year. We are listening here  contradictory statements from two Dell Executives.
This large smartphone is already under-sale in in the U.S. and Europe. It comes with a 5-inch touchscreen display with Gorilla glass, packs a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, two cameras, including a front-facing VGA camera, and can connect to Wi-Fi and 3G networks.

The delay might be good in a respect that the version of Streak releasing in Asia will come updated with Android 2.2. Dell has also said that company will launch Dell Aero Android smartphone before Streak in Asia, so get ready to see Aero soon in your country.

One thought on “Dell Streak to hit Asia in early 2011, Aero before that

  1. Dell has already made a mistake by an early launch of a minor buggy Android 1.6 tablet in the western market, the early launch is to get a grip on Asian markets but beware Dell Asian market is not as patient as you think it is, lots of options are there from leading manufacturers like Samsung Galaxy, Htc, Motorola, Sony Ericsson. If we want it we want it now. It is a nice tablet cum phone but not worth waiting till next year, sorry Dell your stategy will fail if you come late in the market. Indian market is going to get a $35 tablet very very soon, don’t play the waiting game with us. Dell’s bad marketing gimmick. Mr. Felice its better you don’t plan the expansion in Asia.

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