The first Dell product I like!
I've had this in my pocket for nearly 3 weeks now, and I have to say the novelty still hasn't worn off. I can't believe I'm saying this about a Dell, but: It's great as a phone.
The bundled internet with O2's £35 a month 18 month contract with £60 up front is as good value as you could possibly get for a smart phone the quality as this. Especially as unlimited internet at the moment means unlimited, not like some other networks who are putting hidden fair use policies on the contract (that's set to change at the end of June I believe though).
The build quality is lovely, the back is light aluminium and the gorilla glass top is sturdy. Although the plastic sides are not as hard wearing, and a few little scuffs are already starting to appear from being in my pocket, it's not reducing from the overall style of the thing.
It's the first android phone I've used and I'm constantly pleased by the intuition of the almost psychic text and keyboard prediction, and the selection of apps available cover all the bases that any gadget-aphile would want.
Now I've consistently mocked Dell computers for their history woefully bad quality budget computers, but I have to say, the Streak has made me concede that in this new ground of Jesusphones and Nexus Ones, this is by far the prettiest, and most functional of all.