Remember the Dell Streak, that wonderful 5-inch Android-based smartphone that was launched at the beginning of the year. Well, as part of its early spring sale, Tesco is slashing the price of the device to £319.20 down from £399.
That makes the Dell Streak one of the cheapest super smartphones currently on the market. The HTC Desire, which has a smaller 3.7-inch display, costs at least £20 more and doesn't offer extras like an optional HDMI docking station and 16GB onboard storage.
The Streak is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8250 processor clocked at 1GHz and Google Android 2.1 (no Froyo unfortunately). Its large display is protected by the crystal clear, damage resistant Gorilla glass screen while the webcam opens the door for video conferencing capabilities.
Given that the same unlocked device costs £399 at Dell (and you don't get the 620 Clubcard points), this Tesco deal is a brilliant one.